Joint PRP/PRF Therapy

Joint & Trigger Point Therapy

Rejuvenate and repair damaged joints or arthritic conditions using platelet rich plasma (PRP) and platelet rich fibrin (PRF).  Over time, our joints and cartilage can become worn down and cause pain, crunching and stiffness.

PRP/PRF Therapy uses the patients own blood, processed for rich plasma, and is injected into the joint area of concern.

PRP/PRF for Arthritis

Plasma Rich Injections ccan treat painful arthritis symproms throught the body including wrists, elbows, knees, shoulders and more.  This therapy also treats back pain and neck pain related to injuries or overuse.

When a disease like arthritis damages tissues, the platelets travel through your blood to the sight and release growth factors that trigger an anti inflammatory response and also promotes healing. Platelets carry many types of growth factors and each one has a specific role to play in healing. PRP therapy can prevent the degeneration of healthy tissue damaged by arthritis and it also activates the healing of any cells nearby.

Joint Repair FAQs

Benefits of PRP/PRF Joint injections

Build Strength

Improve Balance & coordination

Increase Flexibility & Range of Motion 

Recover Joint Mobility

Reduce Pain & Swelling

Regenerate Damaed Cartilige

Speed Post-Surgical Recovery

How PRP Works

 when blood vessels are damaged, they send a signal to the body. platelets, the smallest cells in the blood, respond and stop bleeding by causing blood clots. platelets also contain specialized chemicals called growth factors.

when these growth factors interact with the local cells, they send signals that initiate a variety of events such as cell division and migration. this gives platelets a key role in the process of wound and soft healing tissue at an accelerated level.

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