Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an advanced treatment option for various orthopedic injuries and conditions, which have traditionally required surgery or other extensive treatments. Injuries that are currently being treated with the PRP therapy are arthritis of the hip, knee, shoulder, ankle and other joints. Additionally, PRP is used to treat soft tissue injuries like tendonitis, muscle sprains, muscle tears, and other types of ligament injuries (i.e. tennis elbow and Achilles tendinitis). PRP and Hair Restoration Scientific studies validate that growth factors released from platelet-rich plasma injections act on stem cells in the bulge area of the follicles, stimulating the development of new follicles and promoting formation of functional microvascular networks with red blood cell perfusion. This process stimulates growth of new hair and helps retain existing hair. Many patients undergoing this procedure notice a difference in their hair within the first four treatments. Treatment protocols are determined for each patient. Considering its excellent safety profile and relatively low cost, PRP hair treatment is a natural treatment option for patients with thinning hair that nets excellent results. Why suffer the side effects of other hair treatments? Call today for a PRP Hair Treatment Consultation! NON-INVASIVE NATURAL TREATMENT PRP offers numerous benefits to patients. Here are just a few major benefits that you should know about:
- Minimal down time
- Very few contraindications
- Short recovery time
- Targeted and accelerated healing
- Rapid results with regenerative benefits
- Reduced trauma and inflammation
HEALING BENEFITS The human body has the remarkable ability to heal itself. By re-injecting concentrated platelets, this natural healing process is further facilitated. The concentrated platelets found in PRP contain huge reservoirs of bioactive proteins, including growth factors and signaling proteins that are vital to initiate and accelerate tissue repair and regeneration! PRP is applied in joints, muscles, tendons, surgical sites, damaged skin, and in hair loss to initiate remodeling of these tissues to a healthier, younger state.