Have you ever considered using your own body’s natural healing properties to heal your most persistent injuries and aesthetic issues? With today’s regenerative medicine, platelet-rich plasma injection therapy (otherwise known as PRP therapy) has become increasingly popular as a new treatment option to alleviate pain and repair damaged cells in the body.
How Does Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Work?
Platelet-rich plasma injections first begin with extracting healthy platelets from blood, which are the tiny blood cells that repair damaged blood vessels using clotting properties. In part, platelets help with alleviating pain whenever damage arises. After a small sample of blood is drawn, we spin it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the plasma.
After this, the platelets are combined again with plasma, which is the often forgotten element of blood. Plasma is the carrier of all the other components found in blood – white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets. However, plasma is far beyond being just a carrier. Plasma also delivers nutrients, hormones, and proteins to the parts of the body that need it. Plasma’s role doesn’t end here. Plasma is hardworking when it comes to helping your body remove waste products from areas of the body while simultaneously carrying necessary water, salt and enzymes throughout the body.
Benefits of PRP Therapy
Because PRP therapy simply maximizes the power of the human body’s own natural healing properties, there is little chance of rejection. Further, the all-natural treatment option reduces the need for painkillers, thus reducing the need to carefully dose and warily become reliant on medication. Our treatments target the cause of your pain, so you can experience long-lasting relief.
The power of PRP treatment lies in the ability to use the body’s natural healing properties on a number of different medical conditions and ailments. Generally, if damaged cells are involved, PRP therapy can help. More specifically, if you suffer from the following conditions, you would very likely benefit from PRP therapy. Common treatment areas include:
- Knee pain
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Elbow pain<
- Joint pain
- Hip pain
- Damaged or degraded cartilage
- Torn ligaments
- Plantar fasciitis
- Disc problems
- Bone issues
If you’re unsure if your condition can be treated with PRP therapy, we’re happy to provide you with a consultation, so we can ensure all your questions are answered and you can find a better way to achieve a higher quality of life.
Reduce Your Pain, Increase Your Quality of Life
Make the most of your body’s own natural abilities to heal by getting PRP therapy and regenerative treatment for all-natural pain relief!
Experience the difference of all-natural pain relief from PRP therapy by working with our team at Evan Chiropractic. Together we will partner with you to create a personalized plan to reduce your pain and enhance your wellbeing. Learn about PRP therapy and other treatment options by calling us at (262) 785-5515.