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Platelet-rich plasma is basically referred to “PRP”, which is human blood that is spun down and separated producing a concentration of platelets above normal values. Platelets are the important cells of our blood having the great potential in enhancing healing of muscle, tendon, and ligaments. According to the specialists At Equinox Integrative Wellness Center; growth factors released by platelets recruit reparative cells, may augment tissue repair, and accelerate soft tissue healing. PRP treatment has been used in surgery to augment shoulder rotator cuff and Achilles tendon repair.
Why Choose Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment?
Platelets are naturally extremely rich in the connective tissue growth and healing factors. The body’s first response to tissue injury is to deliver platelets to the area. Platelets initiate repair and attract stem cells to the injury. Injecting these growth factors into damaged ligaments, tendons, and joints stimulate the natural repair procedure. In order to maximize the healing process, the platelets must be concentrated and separated from the red blood cells. The goal of PRP is to maximize the number of platelets while minimizing the number of red blood cells in a solution that is injected into the injured or pained areas. In summary, Our PRP therapy creates, stimulates, and accelerates the body’s natural healing process.
Equinox Integrative Wellness Center Treats These Conditions With PRP
PRP treatment works most effectively for:
- Lumbar and cervical facet dysfunction and pain.
- Rotator cuff injuries, including partial-thickness.
- Patellofemoral syndrome and patellar tendonitis.
- Knee, hip, and another joint osteoarthritis.
- Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis.
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction and pain.
- Nerve entrapment syndromes.
- Shoulder pain and instability.
- Knee sprains and instability.
- Tennis and golfer’s elbow.
- Hamstring and hip strains.
- Lumbar spine disc pain.
- Ankle sprains.
Furthermore, PRP Therapy can be effective for many cases of osteoarthritis by stimulating healing of cartilage and reducing pain and disability which includes:
- Shoulder arthritis.
- Knee arthritis.
- Ankle arthritis.
- Hip joint arthritis.