Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is an innovative minimally invasive treatment option that is utilized to initiate the body’s natural healing process. This treatment is used to help stimulate cell and tissue regeneration. We proudly offer the leading regenerative medicine treatments to help our patients naturally treat diseases, injuries, and conditions.

PRP Therapy Candidates

  • Deal with debilitating chronic pain
  • Want to avoid surgical options
  • Other conservative options have failed
  • Are in good health and have realistic expectations

PRP Therapy

Our regenerative specialists will meet with each patient one-on-one for an initial consultation. During this appointment, the doctor will perform a thorough physical examination and any necessary tests to diagnose the injury or condition. The regenerative specialist will spend time discussing the symptoms with the patient. Once the injury or condition has been identified, the doctor will create a customized PRP therapy treatment plan address all symptoms and heal the body.

What does PRP Therapy treat?

  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Ligament sprains and strains
  • Tendon sprains and strains
  • Arthritis
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle tears

During the procedure, the doctor will draw blood from the patient to create a platelet rich plasma concentrated mixture for the injection. The PRP mixture will be injected into the damaged region to accelerate the healing process. Depending on the severity of the condition or injury, patients may require one or multiple treatment sessions at Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.

PRP therapy will significantly reduce pain and improve functionality. This minimally invasive treatment can kickstart a long-term healing process. PRP therapy can decrease inflammation with minimal risk. Following this treatment, patients may experience slight soreness around the injection area. Results will depend on the severity of the condition or injury. The doctor will schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor the recovery process.

If you are interested in PRP therapy, please reach out to our office today.