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The Power of Healing: The Science Behind PRP

Platelet Rich Plasma, commonly known as PRP, represents a cutting-edge advancement in medical technology. Its effectiveness spans a broad spectrum of health issues, offering more than just recovery solutions for sports injuries or enhancing skin rejuvenation.

Components
  • Platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF)
  • Fibroblast growth factors (FGF-II)
  • Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)
  • Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1)
  • Transforming growth factor-b (TGF-b)
  • Epidermal growth factor (EGF)
Benefits
  • Accelerated Wound Healing
  • Enhanced Recovery
  • Relief from Inflammation
  • Minimal Risk
  • Ease pain

PRF: The Enhanced Healing Matrix

Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) is an advanced version of PRP. It's a second-generation PRP, where fibrin, a protein essential for blood clotting, is utilised. PRF is created by a slower centrifugation process, resulting in a richer concentration of platelets, white blood cells, and fibrin.

PRF additionally contains

  • Fibrin clot - Enriched with platelets
  • Leukocytes- White blood cells
  • Cytokines- Proteins that act as messengers between the cells and influence their actions
  • Structural glycoproteins: Water-soluble proteins that are attached to carbohydrates or sugars
  • Circulating stem cells
Benefits
  • Promotes Speedy Healing
  • Lower Risk of Side Effects
  • PRF supports the immune system
  • PRF stops bleeding in the wound site & seals wounds
  • No additives needed such as anti clotting agents, bovine thrombin, calcium chloride, or other activating compounds
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Therapeutic Applications: PRP & PRF

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Chronic Pain
PRP therapy addresses long-term pain by concentrating platelets, growth factors, and stem cells that stimulate tissue healing and attract repair cells. It effectively signals the body to heal areas of chronic pain, especially beneficial for pain arising from improperly healed trauma.
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Wound Healing
PRP therapy is revolutionising wound healing by utilising a concentration of growth factors and platelets derived from your own blood. PRP's unique ability to promote cell growth and repair makes it an ideal choice for complex or slow-healing wounds.
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Cartilage Repair
PRP therapy enhances cartilage repair by delivering platelets and growth factors to damaged areas, stimulating natural repair and improving joint function. It's effective for reducing pain and stiffness in degenerative joint conditions and injuries.
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Knee Repair
PRP injections for the knee harness your blood's natural growth factors to stimulate healing in tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints. This concentrated delivery enhances your body's repair processes, improving knee function and reducing pain from injuries.
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Tennis Elbow
PRP serum, with its growth factors, not only stimulates collagen for tissue repair but also forms new blood vessels in damaged tendons, providing long-term relief and improved healing, particularly effective for conditions like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Hip
PRP hip injections offer a potent alternative to traditional treatments by aiding in the regeneration of cartilage and synovial fluid. The serum in PRP, rich in chondrocytes, growth factors, and cytokines, signals the body to heal the affected joint. This triggers a rapid healing response, leading to temporary inflammation but promoting effective and swift repair of the damaged area.
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Plantar Fasciitis
PRP therapy for plantar fasciitis delivers essential healing elements directly to the affected area, compensating for its naturally low blood supply. By infusing oxygen, platelets, and growth factors, PRP not only promotes new tissue building but also signals the body to initiate repair, especially vital for the plantar fascia's sparse blood vessels. This results in faster collagen formation and quicker healing.
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Shoulder
PRP shoulder injection is an innovative solution that works to repair the damaged tissue by introducing a concentration of healing elements into the site. The platelets, growth factors, cytokines, and other compounds promote the repair of the torn tendons and other tissues.
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Wrist Pain
The healing compounds of the PRP serum enter the damaged tissues of the wrist, they stimulate a healing cascade of cells. These cells work to repair and reverse the typical causes of hand arthritis and other pain-causing conditions.
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Cartilage Repair
PRP for cartilage repair make use of Leukocyte-rich Platelet Rich Fibrin. PRF brings about multiple effects such as Induces the body to create more cartilage, natural serotonin lowers pain, stimulates the body to produce lubricating agents to reduce friction between the bones, reduces inflammation and produces new cells for healing.
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Tendonitis Treatment
Inflamed or ruptured tendons can be a painful condition. One of the most innovative solutions is PRP for chronic pain that can help you heal naturally with effective results.
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Tendon Repair
PRP therapy for tendonitis can help by repairing the damaged tendons by stimulating swelling in place of soothing it. The growth factors in the PRP serum create new blood vessels in the collagen matrix of the tendons. With a fresh supply of oxygen and nutrient-rich blood, they heal quickly by developing a new framework of tissues and collagen.
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Sexual Disorders
PRP therapy for vaginal rejuvenation aids in repairing and revitalising vaginal tissues. Injecting PRP stimulates collagen and elastin repair, improving tissue laxity and sensation. Additionally, combining PRP with autologous fat enhances the external appearance, boosting confidence and alleviating psychological discomfort.
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Brain Inflammation
PRP is effective in helping patients recover from maxillofacial. Doctors have used PRP in liquid and Platelet Rich Fibrin gel form to heal both soft and hard tissues as in bone fractures and wound healing.
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Cerebral Palsy
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, a key component of regenerative medicine, transcends traditional symptom-focused treatments by regenerating tissues such as tendons, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and bones. Its ability to promote nerve growth has led to successful experimental use in treating conditions like cerebral palsy.
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Dental Care
Platelet Rich Plasma contains a concentration of 1,000,000 per litre. These high levels can help in the rapid healing of the procedure site. As a result, patients recover quickly and can avoid much of the pain and discomfort from the procedures.
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COPD
PRP therapy, with its healing factors, effectively repairs lung tissues when nebulized, reducing inflammation and improving breathing in conditions like COPD.
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Infertility
PRP may help to increase follicle growth, improve egg quality and quantity to boost the chances of pregnancy either by IVF or naturally. PRP contains growth factors that can help to repair damaged tissue in the ovaries and stimulate the production of new eggs.
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Diabetes
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy can help in the rejuvenation of worn out cells and tissues by tapping into the natural healing processes of the body. It stimulates the pancreas to produce more islet cells and beta cells.

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PRP therapy works by concentrating the platelets from the patient's blood to create a healing serum. This serum is rich in growth factors and cytokines that promote tissue repair and regeneration when injected into the affected area.

PRP therapy is generally considered safe as it uses the patient’s own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or transmissible infections. However, as with any medical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects that should be discussed with a healthcare provider.

The success rate of PRP therapy varies based on the condition being treated, the overall health of the patient, and the specific protocol used. Many patients report significant improvement in function and pain relief, but outcomes can differ.

Individuals with tendon injuries, acute sports injuries, arthritis-related pain, and certain cosmetic concerns may benefit from PRP therapy. A thorough evaluation by a qualified medical professional can determine if PRP therapy is right for you.

PRP is obtained through a process called centrifugation, where a sample of the patient's blood is spun at high speeds to separate the platelets from other blood components.

Post care may include rest, ice application, and temporary avoidance of strenuous activities. Your healthcare provider will give you specific aftercare instructions.

Typically, a PRP therapy session can take about 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the area being treated and the specific procedure involved.

Side effects are generally minimal but may include temporary pain or discomfort at the injection site, swelling, and bruising. Severe complications are rare when the procedure is performed by a qualified practitioner.

In some cases, PRP therapy may reduce the need for surgery by promoting natural healing and delaying disease progression. However, it is not a substitute for surgical intervention when it is necessary.

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