What is PRP THERAPY
RP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is derived directly from your own blood. PRP is a blood plasma with concentrated platelets above baseline values. Platelets contain an abundance of growth factors which play a central role in blood clotting and initiate or accelerate tissue healing, Healing can occur in various tissue including tendons, ligaments, muscle and bone. Along with tissue repair, growth factor also stimulate new blood vessel growth to promote wound healing process.
- Pain relief and Healing benefit
- Packed with growth and healing factor, platelets initiate the repair
- Process and attract the critical assistance of stem cells to intensify the body’s effect to heal.
- PRP injection stimulates the wound healing process and reduces the pain duration much faster.
- Safe, Effective and Lasting results Because your own blood is used, there is no riks of transmissible infection and allergic reaction.
Because PRP resolves pain through healing, the results gradually increase as the healing progresses moe than 1-2 years.
- The earlier treatment, the better outcome
- PRP can be effective in treating osteoarthritis, especially in the earlier stages.
- PRP may stimulate cartilage regeneration, which could potentially inhibit the deteriorating effect od age and slow the progression of arthritis.
HOW PRP EFFECT?
Platelets contain substances called GROWTH FACTOR (GF) that activate and rejuvenate cells in the body” These growth factors, when released from platelets, stimulate proliferation of fibroblasts which produce collagen and generation of now capillaries to rejuvenate the skin.
PDGF (Platelet Derived Growth Factor)
TGF-B (Transforming Growth Factor-bet)
VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor)
FGF (Fibroblast Growth Factor)
GF (Insulin-like Growth Factor)
Cell growth, differentiation, blood vessel growth Blood vessel, collagen synthesis
Cell growth, migration, new blood vessel growth
Collagen synthesis, blood vessel growth
New blood vessel growth, cell growth
Collagen synthesis with PDGF, cell growth, differentiation