Overview of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)Platelet Rich Plasma, also known as PRP, is a cutting-edge treatment that aids in repairing damaged or injured tissues in the body. This regenerative treatment relies on one’s own blood that contains components called platelets. The process begins with the utilization of growth factors contained in platelets. These growth factors naturally activate and stimulate cellular regeneration in the body.
This autologous therapy, derived directly from the patient, minimizes rejection or allergic reactions. There are no known negative side effects of PRP, although patients may sporadically experience pain or inflammation near the points of injection. Treatments are less invasive and helps initiate the human system’s regenerative process. The aim of this therapy is intentional, targeted inflammation at a point of injury or desired repair zone. The outcome is stimulation of the body’s natural ability to heal and consequential repair.
Treatments are simple and can be completed within a short period of time. A minimal amount of blood is taken from the patient and is centrifuged for separation. Once PRP is separated it is then transferred to a syringe. PRP is golden in color, viscous and easily injected without pain or downtime to the recipient.
PRP Therapy is effective in the skin for overall rejuvenation and healing, in the joints for pain relief and the repair of soft tissue damage and in the scalp to awaken dormant follicles and stimulate hair growth. When released, growth factors encourage collagen production and formation of new capillaries.
- NO Gel Required
- Easy to Access PRP
- 20cc Single Kit Configuration
- NO Extraction requiring a needle
- Push Transfer
- NO Potential of Contamination from separation gel
- Segmentation of PRP in separate syringe for topical use
- Up to 11cc of usable combo of PPP, PRP and Buffy Coat
- Threaded rod pushes yield into attached syringe for easy access/use
- NO needle required to extract PRP-Total control of yield