PRP for Joints
How does it work?
- BLOOD DRAW: Patient has his/her blood drawn, just like any other blood draw.
- CENTRIFUGE: Blood is spun in centrifuge to separate the PRP.
- 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.