PRP or platelet rich plasma, is a substance which helps in healing when injected.
PRP therapy which is FDA approved is found to have significant effect on regeneration in various musculo skeletal disorders. Compared to the other conventional therapies, PRP therapy is free from side effects and complications. PRP therapy caters a curative approach while most of the other conventional therapies are targeted for symptom relief.It may even prevent the absolute requirement of corrective surgical procedures proposed for the patient. It can also aid in reducing the dosage and requirement of oral medications.Read More
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is the most well known therapy known today for the major orthopaedic conditions and injuries. The entire process of PRP therapy takes about 30 minutes. This process includes collecting of blood from the patient’s body and is placed into a canister and is then centrifuged. The centrifugation process separates the blood into numerous layers. The area of the blood which consists of the platelets and the stem cells are collected and then injected to the affected area of the body. PRP is a usefulRead More
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a new ground breaking treatment which is also non-operative. It helps to relieve joint and injury pains by promoting the long lasting healing of the musculoskeletal conditions. PRP has gained a lot of popularity now and is widely used by the professional athletes, highly functional individuals and the recreational athletes as well. Many of the athletes have attempted for PRP injection therapy which allowed them to return back to their daily activities and competition with little pain or no pain at all.Read More
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a substance which helps to promote healing when injected in the affected area. Plasma is that component of the blood which consists of the special proteins or factors which helps in the clotting of blood after a cut or injury. The plasma also consists of proteins which supports the growth of the cells. PRP is being produced by segregating the plasma from the blood collected from the patient and then concentrating it. The main idea behind the concept of PRP is that, PRP when injected into the damaged tissues or cells, it will stimulate the body to grow new and healthy cells and also promote healing.Read More
Human blood is made up of 93% of RBC or red blood cells, 6% WBC or white blood cells, 1% plasma and platelets. Plasma is responsible for the function of clotting of blood after an injury or cut to stop the bleeding. Plasma is extremely rich in growth factors and plays deep part in connective tissue growth. Immediately after tissue injury, the first response of the body is to deliver the plasma to the affected area. Plasma starts the repairing process and also attracts the stem cells to the site of injury. In PRP, the blood collected from the patient is taken and the plasma is separated from it. The plasma is then concentrated with growth factors then injected back to the injured area.Read More
Most of the athletes suffer from torn tendons or injured ligaments or muscles. And, to heal the injured area without going for a surgery, athletes now attempt for a PRP therapy or Plate Rich Plasma therapy. This therapy works much faster than any other surgeries or medications and has a faster recovery time as compared to others. The best thing about this therapy is that it is absolutely non-allergic. The reason behind it being non-allergic is that PRP therapy involves collecting of blood from the patient’s body itself.Read More
Often the athletes need to endure the pain of the tendon injuries as proper therapy cannot be found. But, now they can be relieved from the pain of chronic tendon injuries with the help of a non-surgical and safe procedure known as PRP therapy of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy. This therapy utilizes the platelets from the blood of the athletes and the patients and helps to rebuild the damaged tendon. This therapy is not only helpful for relieving the pain but also helps to jump start the process of healing.Read More