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Why PRP?

Why PRP?

Benefits of PRP Regenerative Therapy

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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentration of platelets taken from a sample of the patient’s blood. PRP has a slew of healing and regenerative properties. It’s just a matter of producing the proper concentration that you need for your specific condition . Use a kit that can prepare PRP the way you need it. Contact us or call (844) 377-7787 to order DR. PRP today.

Benefits of PRP Regenerative Therapy

The platelets in PRP aid in wound and injury healing, and increase soft tissue generation of collagen, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.

Benefits of PRP include:

  • 100% safe – as the sample is prepared using the patient’s blood, there is no risk of rejection, infection, or allergic reaction
  • convenient – it’s quick, surgery-free, and customizable to a specific ailment
  • natural – PRP heals the patient with the patient’s own platelets

Accelerated Natural Healing With PRP

PRP is prepared by collecting a blood sample and centrifuging it to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the red blood cells and normal plasma. With the Dr. PRP kit, you can get a high platelet recovery rate, and formulate the PRP concentration cell inclusion/exclusion that you require.

Growth Factors in Platelets

When the platelets in PRP are activated, growth factors are released. These growth factors (GF) include:

  • platelet-derived (PDGF-aa, PDGF-ab, PDGF-bb) – these peptides are associated with glia, connective tissue, and muscle cell formation
  • transforming (TGF-ß1, TGF-ß2) – regulates bone cell metabolism and encourages extracellular matrix formation
  • vascular endothelial (VEGF) – promotes the creation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis)
  • epidermal (EGF) – creates a new epithelium for a wound (re-epithelialization), encourages cell differentiation, the production of blood vessels, and collagenase activity
  • fibroblast (FGF) – stimulates fibroblast and endothelial cells to increase in number, helps new blood vessel to form

How is PRP used?

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From osteoporotic fractures to hair growth, PRP can be used to help patients in so many ways. And the Dr. PRP kit is a safe and effective way to create it. Contact us or call (844) 377-7787 to pick up yours!

How PRP Therapy Injections Are Done

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The entire treatment, from blood draw, to solution preparation, to injection, takes 30-40 minutes. Before injections are given the skin and underlying tissue is first anesthetized to minimize the discomfort.

Do PRP Injections Hurt?

The level of discomfort depends on the area being treated. As with any injections, there will be a mild discomfort. The patients will be administered anti-inflammatory medications like Advil, Motrin, ibuprofen, Aleve, Celebrex, and Mobic if necessary.

Are There Risks With PRP?

Anytime a needle is placed anywhere in the body, even getting blood drawn, there is a risk of infection, bleeding, and nerve damage. However, these are very rare. Because PRP uses your own blood, you cannot be allergic to it.