Areas of Specialty for PRP Therapy
PRP Therapy has many uses for repairing and rejuvenating the body without surgical intervention or the injection of foreign substances.
Orthopedics is perhaps the specialty where PRP has been most effective, allowing surgeons to heal problematic, chronic injuries and provide an alternative treatment option to debilitating musculoskeletal injuries that were previously untreatable.
PRP Therapy has shown great promise as a non-invasive hair restoration technique for patients who suffer from hereditary hair loss.
When injected directly into fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and other facial imperfections, PRP can be highly effective at restoring an even tone and texture, and youthful appearance to the face.
PRP can be injected into both male and female reproductive organs to improve issues like vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, and erectile dysfunction.
Benefits of PRP Therapy
PRP Therapy is a simple, natural procedure that does not involve surgery, and because the therapy uses the patient’s own blood to promote healing, the risk of complications is next to zero. PRP is delivered to the target area via injection, so the entire procedure takes around an hour from start to finish. Due to the autologous and nonsurgical nature of the procedure, patients can return to their normal daily routine immediately after the treatment with zero downtime.
The long-lasting, permanent results of PRP Therapy is perhaps the most significant benefit of the procedure. Since PRP Therapy works to repair tissue damage at the cellular level rather than masking or alleviating symptoms, patients can enjoy natural and long-lasting pain relief and/or healing.