Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Specialist Scottsdale Premier Pain Institute
Premier Pain Institute Scottsdale Offers Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Specialization with Cellular Therapy
One of the biggest recent revolutions in the health world, by using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to create natural healing responses at the site of tissue damage and injury.
By injecting PRP, the body uses its own healing mechanisms to help itself recover and nurse itself back to full health. Athletes have used PRP to get parts of their bodies, like their knees, healed from injury faster than ever before. As one of the best pain management locations in the Scottsdale and Phoenix areas, Premier Pain Institute uses top-of-the-line PRP techniques to help reduce pain and bring about faster more complete healing. These are the cutting edge minimally invasive procedures that were once only available to the wealthy and elite. At Premier Pain Institute your Scottsdale Cellular Therapy Specialist these procedures are now more affordable than ever before.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy F.A.Q.
What is PRP?
PRP, or platelet rich plasma, works like a superhero for the body. Platelets and plasma can be found in your body, and both have important jobs to keep you running at peak efficiency. Plasma refers to the liquid portion of blood, and platelets play a vital role in helping your body heal and prevent clotting.
Platelets also contain special bio-active proteins known as growth factors, which are directly involved in the process of healing in the body. PRP uses a sample of the patient’s own blood, and then processes it to concentrate the platelets to an amazing five times their normal levels or more. Using a centrifuge, the blood is able to build up the platelets, and can efficiently manage it to make it richer and healthier for the body.
The concentrated PRP is then reinjected into the patient at the site of injury to produce the natural healing mechanism. Due to PRP using the patient’s own blood, the risk of allergic reactions is eliminated. Premier Pain Institute Scottsdale has used PRP on many different patients, and the results have proved exceptional, with patients healing at an astounding rate by using Cellular Therapy Treatments.
How is PRP administered?
PRP is administered by using a needle to directly inject the new, platelet rich blood into the injured area.
What kinds of issues can be treated with PRP therapy?
PRP is used to treat an array of issues, including:
- Arthritis pain
- Tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow
- Joint pain including knee pain and elbow pain
- Back pain
- Strained ligaments and
- Soft tissue injuries including muscle injuries
Sometimes, PRP is used during surgery once the procedure is complete and before the incision is sutured to help boost the healing process so patients can enjoy a more rapid and natural recovery. Similar to using a jump start on a car battery, it gets the body immediately working in a healing mode.
How does PRP work?
The growth factors that are inside of platelets administer unique signals to tissues and cells found in the immediate area of injury, which can trigger cell regeneration and renewal processes. This process encourages the growth of new, healthier tissues to replace those damaged by disease or injury. In addition to these responses at the tissue and cellular level, PRP injections also inspires regional healing responses so patients can enjoy a speedier recovery and more consistent, and natural healing overall. The experts at Premier Pain Institute have used PRP to help patients with joint, back, neck, and spinal problems, as well as those dealing with arthritis and other ailments.
Is PRP therapy right for me?
PRP can be a great solution for many patients, because it uses the body’s own blood as a natural healing mechanism. This helps promote faster healing, and brings down the risk of infection and allergic reactions. Prior to treatment, the patients at Premier Pain Institute will be carefully evaluated to ensure PRP therapy will be beneficial for the issue they’re dealing with. Dr. Vengurlekar is a strong advocate of not prescribing addictive narcotics and will focus on the root of the problem rather than the symptoms. Your health and well being comes first with Dr. V.
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