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Frequency Of Treatment

4 Months (Skin & Facial Rejuvenation) / 6-8 Months (Joint Pain Relief) / 1 Year (Hair Loss)

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What is PRP?

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, or PRP, is a natural treatment that uses your own blood to stimulate cell growth. Platelets are the part of our blood that carries nutrients and healing proteins to cells in need.

When we use PRP injections, the platelet-rich plasma brings your body’s unique healing techniques and processes directly to the damaged tissue and can stimulate new cell production.

What does PRP treat?

PRP for Joint Pain

Relieve your joint pain with PRP injections! Platelet-rich plasma injections are widely used for treating acute sports injuries such as knee sprains, pulled hamstring muscles, and torn tendons because PRP so effectively aids the body’s natural healing process.

Whether or not you’re an athlete, chronic joint pain can be debilitating and cause limitations in your daily life, and PRP injections can help.

Many people get excellent results using platelet-rich plasma for pain relief and wound healing from tendon injuries, muscle injuries, and joint conditions.

PRP for Hair Loss

Thinning hair can be caused by a variety of factors, including age, hormones, sun damage, and even stress. In many cases, the hair follicles themselves are not damaged or dead, they simply aren’t receiving the nutrients they need to stay strong. With PRP injections, you can stimulate new hair growth and reverse the effects of hair loss. No need for repeated application of serums and other growth-promotion products, with the help of PRP you heal your own body.

PRP for Skin

Platelet Rich Plasma injections have become popular cosmetic procedures because of PRP’s ability to boost collagen. The treatment is effective for smoothing wrinkles, firming skin texture, and evening tone. PRP injections thicken and tighten thin skin, leaving recipients looking more youthful.

How does PRP Work?

Platelet-rich plasma is created from your own blood, which is drawn from the arm and spun in a centrifuge machine to separate the platelets from the red blood cells and white blood cells, increasing their concentration.

The PRP is then injected into the desired treatment area, where it stimulates the body’s natural healing processes, leading to tissue repair.

Platelets release 7 protein growth factors, including epidermal, which helps the skin; fibroblasts, which help with tissue maintenance and wound repair; and collagen growth factors, which thicken skin and hair.

Platelet-rich plasma also contains more than 30 bioactive proteins that help catalyze the body’s natural healing process and 3 proteins that promote clotting, which is crucial for recovery.

All of these elements, produced by your own body, condensed, and injected back in, work together with your regular blood cells to streamline and maximize restoration.

How long do PRP results Last?

The length of effectiveness is dependent on a few factors, namely what the injections are treating and the general health of the patient.

Studies suggest those taking PRP for joint pain relief can usually expect to return for a new treatment series every 6-8 months, but this varies widely on an individual basis.

Once they’ve completed their initial treatment series, anyone taking PRP injections to remedy hair loss can expect to come in annually to maintain results.

Depending on the treatment, for facial and skin rejuvenation many patients return for touch-ups every 6-12 months.

How quickly does PRP Work?

Again, this is heavily dependent on what and who is being treated. Typically, PRP injections begin to show results within the first month, but this will vary based on each patient’s unique health and lifestyle factors.

The results from platelet-rich plasma treatments for joint pain can sometimes be felt as early as 3 weeks, but it may take up to a few months for your joints to feel completely healed.

The average length of time it takes for hair growth to be visibly noticeable is around 2 months.

In the case of hair loss, once your body is healed from the PRP treatment, typically within 4-6 weeks you’ll begin to notice existing hairs thicken and new hair growth, which will be more visible at the two 2 months mark.

PRP injections work fastest on facial and skin rejuvenation; a smoother, plumper, more youthful appearance is noticeable as early as 2-3 weeks.

What does the PRP procedure entail?

A PRP treatment session begins with a blood draw from your arm, which gets processed in an on-site lab. Once the platelet rich plasma has been separated from the other blood cells, the treatment site gets anesthetized and your platelets get injected back into your body to work with local blood cells to accelerate healing.

How long does the PRP procedure take?

Patients receiving PRP treatments can typically expect to spend between 30 minutes and 1 hour on each session, depending on how much blood must be drawn, lab turnaround, and what’s being treated. PRP injections for joint pain relief usually last around a half-hour, for hair treatments typically take 60 minutes, and for skin rejuvenation, it ranges.

How many sessions do I need?

The number of injections patients receive will vary depending on what they are being treated for, but typically range between 2-3 total sessions with 4-6 weeks in between each treatment.

What is the recovery time?

Recovery turnaround from PRP injections is very quick–most patients require little to no downtime immediately after a session. Many experience general soreness for the first few days following a session, which can usually be managed with non-narcotic pain medications.

Why choose PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma helps to treat the cause of your health issues, not just the symptom. Plus, it’s a natural treatment that’s using your body’s own healing abilities.

Decreased function and mobility caused by joint pain is improved with PRP, as opposed to prescription medications that mask the pain without solving the underlying problem.

For hair and skin care, rather than taking a collagen supplement, PRP helps your body produce more on its own.

Assist your body in healing its way

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