PRP - Therapy

What is PRP Therapy and can it help me?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is an innovative treatment option for a multitude of acute and chronic conditions. PRP is derived from the centrifugation of the patient's blood. Blood plasma and platelets are then extracted out of the patient's blood to form PRP. The PRP is then injected into the damaged area of the body. This treatment is successful because platelets contain high levels of cytokines. Cytokines are growth factors, helping the body initiate healing by recruiting stem cells to the damaged area. The cells catalyze tissue regeneration through the development of new blood vessels, bone, cartilage and collagen synthesis. PRP can also assist in regenerating skin and soft tissue for the treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) and burns.

 

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, (PRP), is used for a Variety of Conditions in multiple anatomical areas:

Common treatments where PRP benefits the patient:

  •     Arthritis of the knee, hip or shoulder
  •     Rotator Cuff Tears
  •     Tennis Elbow
  •     Hip Bursitis
  •     Ligament and Tendon Pain
  •     Back and Neck Pain

Live and Enjoy Life with Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy / PRP

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, PRP, is an exciting revolutionary treatment which uses your body’s own adult stem cells and blood platelets to heal itself. Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, PRP, is a treatment that works for people suffering with chronic and acute pain from an injury.

 

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Reasons why Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, PRP, is gaining popularity:

  •     Athletes and active people can benefit from stimulated healing using Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, PRP.
  •     Utilizes platelets taken from the patient’s own blood to rebuild a damaged tendon or cartilage.
  •     Can play a key role in the healing of soft tissue and eliminate pain and covering it up.
  •     Actually heals your body, rather than masking your pain and covering it up.
  •     Heals without the need for invasive or costly surgery.
  •     It is the first medical way to stimulate healing pain available.

How is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) created?

PRP is derived from the centrifugation of the patient's blood. Blood plasma and platelets are then extracted out of the patient's blood to form PRP. The PRP is then injected into the damaged area of the body.

Executive Series Centrifuge

What does it do?

Platelets contain high levels of cytokines. Cytokines are growth factors, helping the body initiate healing by recruiting stem cells to the damaged area. The cells catalyze tissue regeneration through the development of new blood vessels, bone, cartilage and collagen synthesis.

What part of your body would
benefit from PRP Therapy?

Hip

Knee

Shoulders

Hand

Foot

Ankle

Elbow

Neck

Wrist

Lower Back

Your body knows thyself.

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How PRP Therapy is Impacting People's Lives

Lewis had PRP therapy to help heal and prepare for the playoffs. He returned to the Ravens to play the Indianapolis Colts, and led the team with 13 tackles.

Ray Lewis,

Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

Announced his retirement in 2011 at age 27 because of chronic knee problems. He underwent PRP Therapy, and less than a year later several teams were all trying to acquire him.

Brandon Roy

Portland Trailblazers

Had an oblique injury, underwent PRP Therapy to his left side, and rejoined his time after a brief rest.

Chris Davis,

 First Baseman, Baltimore Orioles

Zach has problem inflammation in his bursa sac. After PRP Therapy and rest he was back on the mound.

Zach Britton,

Pitcher, Baltimore Orioles

"I thought my injury was going to alter my coaching abilities until I heard of PRP Therapy. Thanks IAM!
(Underwent Ankle PRP Therapy)

"Let’s just say this, I am salsa dancing again. PRP Therapy is awesome!"
(Underwent Hip PRP Therapy)

Mike

Coach and Personal Trainer

Tracey

Personal Trainer / Dancer

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