PRP for Joints

How does it work?

  1. BLOOD DRAW: Patient has his/her blood drawn, just like any other blood draw.
  2. CENTRIFUGE: Blood is spun in centrifuge to separate the PRP.
  3. PRP INJECTION: PRP is then injected into the joint. The multi-potent stem cells will, again, trick the body into thinking that there is damaged tissue. It can be used to help repair articular cartilage as well as ligaments.

Common areas affected by joint damage in the human body.

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