PRP

Platelet-Rich Plasma

Blood is composed of mainly liquid (plasma) and small components, including platelets.

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Platelets contain hundreds of proteins that are very important in the healing of injuries.

PRP is plasma with a richer concentration of platelets

5-10x RICHER!

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How It's Done

1. Blood is drawn from the patient's arm

2. The platelets are separated in a centrifuge

3. 3-6 ml of platelet-rich plasma (PRP)is extracted

4. Injured area is injected with the PRP

What conditions are treated with PRP?

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Chronic Tendon Injuries

(e.g. tennis elbow)

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Osteoarthritis 

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Acute Soft Tissue Injuries

(e.g. Hamstring strain)

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