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Saturate your bloodstream with platelet-rich plasma to accelerate recovery.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a minimally-invasive procedure that uses injections to harness the power of your blood’s natural growth factors, which are essential for the wound recovery process, anti-aging, hair growth, and sexual enhancement.
PRP therapy has the ability to jump-start long-lasting healing while reducing pain for various musculoskeletal conditions.
Get that youthful glow everyone craves with the help of the growth factors found in your blood platelets.
Microneedles containing PRP can restore your scalp’s natural hair growth, leaving you with a full head of hair in no time.
Renew and enhance your sexual experiences by restoring blood supply and repairing sensation.
A simple office procedure, PRP therapy begins with a consultation. Our trained medical staff will discuss your condition, explain the procedure, and evaluate your needs.
At your initial appointment, one of our medical professionals will draw blood from your arm similar to a routine blood test. This will be placed in a centrifuge, separating the blood into distinct layers in several minutes. The PRP layer is extracted and prepared for use.
The platelet-rich plasma is injected into the area of need. All musculoskeletal injections are performed with ultrasound guidance. The entire procedure lasts approximately 15 minutes.
Hyperbaric Medical Solutions combines the power of hyperbaric oxygen therapy with PRP therapy in our AIRmedicine program. HBOT supersaturates the blood with oxygen, enabling stem cells to be released from your bone marrow. Then, PRP therapy is performed to attract and deliver the increased number of stem cells in circulation to the necessary areas.Learn More About HBOT
Frequently asked questions about PRP Therapy.
PRP therapy is safe, cost effective, boasts short recovery time, enables patients to avoid surgery, and doesn’t require sedation. PRP contains platelets, cytokines, stem cells, and growth factors that help reduce inflammation, calm osteoarthritic symptoms, repair damaged tissue, and reverse muscular damage.
PRP therapy has the ability to reveal a youthful glow, restore layers of collagen, and reduce fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and acne scars. It can also grow and increase thickness of hair without surgery.
There is almost no downtime associated with this therapy. Patients are able to walk out of the office following the treatment and return to work the following day. You may undergo multiple sessions depending on your treatment plan, so you’ll see improvement in several weeks to a few months.
Because PRP therapy is a natural procedure that uses a patient’s plasma, there’s low risk of rejection and no danger of contracting a bloodborne infection.
A cortisone injection is a short-term solution to a musculoskeletal condition, offering a reduction in pain. PRP therapy, on the other hand, can reduce pain and act as a long-term solution as it stimulates healing.
Several factors determine the price of PRP therapy: Location and complexity of the condition, the type of condition, and the number of injections and sessions you’ll need.
PRP therapy is not generally covered by insurance. However, check with your provider to confirm.