Helping you get back faster
PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma and is commonly used as a regenerative treatment for musculoskeletal injuries.
In cases where surgery may be too aggressive and physical therapy may be too conservative, PRP serves a very nice niche to try to encourage healing.
The process of collecting PRP is performed by taking a sample of your own blood and utilizing a specialized centrifuge to separate red and white cells from plasma.
The plasma is full of growth factors and healing factors, which are then injected into an area of injury to utilize your body’s innate capability to heal itself.
PRP Is Commonly Used to Treat:
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Am I a Candidate for PRP?
PRP has been very well studied in the orthopedic literature for very specific indications.
For the right patient candidate, PRP can be extremely beneficial and may even help avoid surgical treatments.