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PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

We use PRP to treat scars, aging skin, hair loss, and to regenerate healthy tissue and new collagen.

  • 1 h
  • 150 US dollars
  • Old Franklin Turnpike

Service Description

Platelets are blood cells that play a crucial role in clotting and wound healing. They also contain growth factors and other proteins that aid in tissue repair and regeneration. By concentrating the platelets and injecting them back into the body at the site of injury or concern, PRP therapy aims to accelerate healing and tissue regeneration. The process of PRP therapy typically involves the following steps: Blood Collection: A small amount of blood, usually around 30-60 milliliters, is drawn from the patient's arm. Centrifugation: The blood sample is then placed in a centrifuge, a machine that spins at high speeds to separate its components. This process separates the platelets and other useful components from the rest of the blood. Platelet Concentration: After centrifugation, the platelet-rich plasma is separated from the other blood components, such as red blood cells and white blood cells. The concentration of platelets in PRP can be several times higher than that of normal blood. Injection: The concentrated PRP is then injected back into the patient's body at the site of injury or treatment. This could be joints, tendons, muscles, or skin, depending on the condition being treated. PRP therapy is used to treat various conditions, including: Orthopedic injuries: Such as tendonitis, ligament sprains, and osteoarthritis. Dermatological conditions: Including hair loss, scars, and aging skin. Sports injuries: Such as muscle strains and joint injuries.


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