Platelet Rich Plasma Injection (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a blood plasma that holds a high concentration of platelets which is much greater than that of normal blood. The platelets are generally concentrated at 4-6 times above the normal platelet baseline.

In general, plasma represents a little more than half of the total circulating blood volume. It is a clear, straw coloured liquid which is composed of over 90% water. Plasma also contains minerals, hormones, immunoglobulins, minerals, proteins, and clotting factors including platelets.

Research studies and clinical practice have indicated that platelet rich plasma therapy is very advantageous. Both ultra-sound and MRI images have exhibited definitive tissue repair after treatment, validating the healing process. Surgery can also be lessened or prevented when treatment of injured tissues has been made before the damage progresses which could possible leave the condition become irreversible.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is being heralded as a solution for a lot of health concerns. It has also been regarded as a cure for brain cancer as well as a magical health restorative for many concerns. You might even have heard of PRP for hair loss

PRP Common Areas of Use

  • Osteoarthritis of the knee

  • Hip and spine

  • Shoulder

  • Rotator cuff tears

  • Pelvic pain & instability

  • Back and neck injuries

  • Ankle sprains

  • Tennis elbow

  • Tendonitis

  • Ligament sprains

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is PRP Therapy Safe?

Patients with whom PRP Therapy has been applied have shown noticeable improvement in their pain and discomfort level, as well as their ability to function. Since your own blood will be used during the procedure, there will be no risk for having any possible infection transmitted. Plus PRP is performed in a sterile, clinic-based environment, without the need for any general anaesthesia or hospitalisation.

How fast is the healing process?

PRP Therapy assists in stopping pain through healing, where it can supply lasting results. Initial improvement can be seen within just a few weeks. It slowly but steadily increases its effects as the healing progresses

What is the main purpose Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy(PRP)?

The ultimate goal of Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment is to provide immediate solution towards swiftly alleviating pain caused by an injury. It does so by speeding up the healing process quicker than the normal healing process; where at times it could only take as short as a mere week