Schedule PRP Injection Therapy

PRP injection therapy is one of modern medicine’s most fascinating breakthroughs. Truly a wonder of a procedure, PRP injection therapy’s benefits are tenfold. and the therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions and issues that the body may face.

How PRP Therapy Works Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a technique by which a patient’s own platelets are extracted and concentrated out of his or her plasma. The process comprises three key components:

  1. Blood is drawn from the patient, typically from his or her arm
  2. Blood is then placed in a centrifuge, separating and concentrating platelets, as it creates platelet-rich plasma
  3. The PRP is delivered back into the body via the treatment area.

While PRP is great for many conditions, it isn’t an effective treatment for all ailments. In some cases, regenerative injections may be more suited to what your body needs.

Why PRP Injection Therapy?

Platelets contain a high concentration of growth factors—the components that help tissues heal. In other words, platelets not only serve to enormously speed up a patient’s healing process, but they also eliminate the need for any foreign materials during procedure.

Did you know? We also treat many types of back pain, using PRP therapy and other minimally invasive treatment options and procedures. You can schedule an appointment to discuss any of these with us.

What does PRP therapy treat?

Tendon injuries: Of all the conditions that PRP therapy can be used to treat, it’s most effective against tendon injuries. If you suffer from tennis elbow, tendonitis or tendon-related shoulder pain, it would be wise to schedule an appointment for PRP therapy.

Surgery: PRP is sometimes used during surgery to allow tendons to heal faster.

Muscle injuries: Acute muscle injuries also respond well to PRP therapy. The treatment is often applied to torn ligaments and other muscle-related issues—especially sports injuries. Many professional sports players use PRP therapy to help their muscle injuries heal quickly and effectively.

There are a number of other injuries that we treat with PRP therapy:

  • Hip and Spine Arthritis
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • ACL Injuries
  • Back Injuries
  • Ligament Sprains
  • Other Injuries

PRP therapy isn’t good for everything, but we offer a variety of other treatments. Please browse our site to learn more about our headache treatments and other types of relief that we offer at our offices—be it in Manhattan, NY or Somerset, NJ.

Arthritis: PRP is sometimes used to treat arthritis; however, this is a relatively new development in modern medicine, so it’s considered more of an alternative treatment at this point. We recommend trying other arthritis treatments at the University Pain Medicine Center.

PRP is exciting and, while it is relatively new, multiple studies and trials have shown its effectiveness to treat certain ailments. A huge benefit of the treatment is that it only uses elements of the patient’s own body, so there’s no potential for the negative side effects that invasive treatments can cause.

schedule PRP injection therapy

If you are ready to schedule a PRP injection therapy appointment at our Manhattan, New York or New Jersey offices, please touch base with us today.