Chronic pain from old injuries and chronic diseases can be difficult to manage with over-the-counter drugs or heat and ice packs. PRP Pain Management therapy, which uses your body’s own natural healing mechanisms to help rebuild damaged tissues and ease pain, is helping an increasing number of people find relief.
Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP, can indeed be made at your local clinic from your own blood. It entails collecting blood from one or more vials and centrifuging them to concentrate the platelets in the plasma. The “platelet-rich” plasma is then instilled back into the body at the location of pain.
How does PRP work against
When PRP is injected into the area of pain or inflammation, the growth factors can activate your body’s own healing mechanisms, causing damaged tissue to be repaired and normal function to be restored.
What kind of pain can PRP
PRP pain management therapy can be used for numerous purposes treating different kinds of pains in the body, such as:-
- Tendon, Ligament, Muscle and Joint Injuries
- Post-surgical Healing
- Hair Loss
- Skin Rejuvenation
PRP treatment is often and effectively used to treat tendon injuries caused by repeated activity (for example, tennis elbow, “jumper’s knee,” or torn rotator cuffs). These sorts of injuries can be difficult to cure, not only due to frequent aggravation, but also due to insufficient blood supply to the tendons. PRP aids in the concentration of healing platelet cells at the location of the rip, allowing tissues to recover more quickly.
An experienced doctor can examine whether PRP pain management therapy is suitable for you
Are you frustrated with living with persistent chronic pain and looking for a long-term cure to your soft tissue injuries? If this is the case, PRP pain management therapy may be the best solution for you.
If you have pain in the knees, shoulders, elbows, or you are thinking of a natural approach to healing or are unable to get steroid injections, visit Alliance MD Health & Wellness today.
At Alliance MD, we offer customised PRP therapy to help people recover from knee, shoulder, elbow, foot injuries.
Call or text at (407) 606-7090 to meet with Dr. Tolu, or request an appointment online to learn more about PRP and whether it could be of benefit to you.
Note: Alliance MD is a Family Doctor Clinic in Orlando, we are a primary care physician providing high quality patient care known as direct primary care. Dr Tolu has over 14 years of experience practising medicine. He previously worked in clinics and hospitals in Minnesota and Wisconsin. He worked in clinics and hospitals similar to Advent Health and Orlando Health.