The benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma in the treatment of injuries and restoration has become increasingly popular. The natural biological processes of our own cell functions can restore and repair injuries such as tears and pain within our body. If you are someone who has recently obtained an injury, and is looking for an effective remedy for restoring your health, PRP treatments could benefit you.
PRP is not one-size-fits-all. We are proud to offer PRP treatments using EmCyte, which is known to deliver more growth factors for optimal results. This innovative system delivers higher percentages of viable platelets and growth factors than its competitors, making it a leader in autologous regenerative biologics.
Platelet rich plasma is a medically advanced treatment that harnesses the restorative properties of your own blood in order to repair injuries and restore overall health in different tendons, sprains, and pain throughout the body. It is widely popular in professional sports due to it’s verified effectiveness by famous athletes including Tiger Woods and Troy Polamalu. The high concentration of growth factors within your blood can restore your injury concerns for improved overall health.
Treatments begin by first collecting a small sample of blood. It is then placed in a centrifuge where it is spun in order to separate the platelet rich cells from the rest of the blood. Once the high concentration platelet rich cells are collected, they can then be inserted back into the treatment area through a tiny injection. Once injected, the platelet rich cells act as a reservoir of repair promoting growth and restoration. The PRP blood activates the cells natural stimulation of collagen production and stem cell proliferation. This actively works to repair the damaged tissue within the treatment and making it stronger. PRP treatments are beneficial for treating many health concerns within the body including damaged tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and muscles. You can now reverse injuries through the natural healing functions of your own cells.
If you are someone who has recently suffered an injury including damage to tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and muscles, you could benefit from PRP treatments. If you are looking for a non-invasive solution for naturally restoring your tissue health and function, you could be a candidate. However, the best way to see if you qualify as a candidate is through a consultation.