PRP is an exciting new branch of musculoskeletal medicine that allows patients to heal and recover from chronic pain and/or injuries of the tendons, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, discs, nerves, and more. PRP incorporates your bodies natural healing to repair and regenerate tissue and structures.

General Details
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an alternative to current conservative, interventional procedures (steroid injections, nerve blocks, etc) and surgery for your painful joints, muscles and sports and recreational injuries. PRP is a Regenerative Medicine option to help heal the actual disease process, instead of masking the symptoms.

PRP has been used for many years in surgical applications and commonly in professional athletics. These Regenerative Medicine techniques have been used to treat multiple conditions that include: arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis as well as spine conditions, including annular tears and disc problems, herniated and bulging discs, and other degenerative conditions. Regenerative Medicine offers a natural healing option to avoid side effects of medications and risks of surgery.

More and more studies continue to emerge supporting the efficacy of PRP with multiple conditions and locations. At Advanced Pain Management and Rehab, we use the most technologically advanced equipment that provides for optimal concentration of the Platelets and science support post-procedure rehab protocols to obtain optimal results and help you return to your sport or recreation.

We look forward to discussing how PRP therapy may be able to get back your quality of life. Please contact us for a FREE consultation.

PRP contains healing cells from YOUR blood. PRP requires a routine blood draw to obtain the necessary blood products and healing cells. The PRP is concentrated and then injected at the site of disease to focus your bodies natural healing responses exactly where the pain is generated.

PRP has multiple advantages to alternative treatments and surgery.  PRP incorporates your bodies natural healing to repair and regenerate tissue and structures. There is no scaring or incisions associated with the procedure. Healing is relatively quick and inflammation will usually start to decrease in 7-14 days. The full healing may take 6-12 weeks, as there are some time needs for the healing and regenerative process to occur.

Safety is always a critical concern of any procedures preformed at APMR.  PRP procedures had very few complications and risks associated with the procedure.  There are actually some infection fighting cells (white blood cells) that are included in the PRP mixture which add natural defenses against infection and provide additional safety benefit to the procedure.

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