PRP Therapy

What is PRP Therapy?

The human body has a remarkable capacity to heal itself. Regeneration of new tissue is accomplished by the natural production of stem cells. PRP involves the application of concentrated platelets rich in bio active proteins, which release growth factors to stimulate cellular regeneration and accelerate tissue repair. The benefits of PRP were initially used in wound healing, dentistry, and the treatment of sports injuries, that have now evolved to address aesthetic concerns and physiological dysfunction. Platelet rich plasma is one of the most advanced, effective natural treatments for cellular rejuvenation throughout the body.

A PRP treatment begins with a simple blood draw and can be completed within an hour. Your blood is spun in a unique centrifuge that separates plasma and platelets from the rest of the blood. The plasma, now highly concentrated with rich platelets (4-12 times your normal concentration), is collected in syringes and is injected back into your tissues where needed. The growth factors stimulate stem cells to create new, youthful tissue, including areas in the face, scalp, sex organs, muscles, and joints. It’s like turning back the clock, and what was old and damaged is made new and repaired. It’s the essence of regenerative medicine, and the beauty of it is that PRP procedures utilize what your body has produced, so your body will readily accept the treatment without reaction or rejection. PRP procedures are minimally invasive and typically patients experience very little discomfort with no downtime.

Platelet rich plasma therapy is swiftly becoming one of the most popular treatment methods to address a variety of health and cosmetic concerns including:

  • Wrinkled or sagging skin Frown lines, crow’s feet
  • Acne Scarring
  • Rosacea Hair Regrowth
  • Erectile Dysfunction Urinary Incontinence
  • Sexual Wellness Pain Relief

Research suggests as the study of this technology continues, PRP therapies may eventually be able to treat a host of medical conditions.

Book Now

Are you an existing patient or new patient?