How can PRP help women’s sexual wellness?
The technique is a revolutionary nonsurgical treatment that uses the patient’s own blood platelets to activate growth factors that rejuvenate the female orgasm system, allowing more blood flow to the organ, enhancing sensitivity and delivering dramatic improvement in sexual function. The Platelet Rich Plasma containing growth factors extracted from your blood is then injected into an area near the clitoris and into the area of the upper vagina that is most important for the sexual response. These areas are numbed with a local anesthetic cream before injection, causing patients to experience little or no discomfort during the procedure.
How does PRP work to help women’s sexual wellness?
Women often enjoy some effects of the procedure almost immediately, as the growth factors begin to rejuvenate and enhance the sexual response. Women receiving the procedure have reported an increase in their sexual response within days and weeks of the treatment – and for many, issues with incontinence are completely resolved.
How can PRP help men’s sexual wellness?
This technique is designed to deliver lasting improvements in sexual performance to men, especially those who have lost function due to an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, the after-effects of surgery, drug side effects and other conditions including diabetes. Unlike many of the other solutions for male sexual dysfunction, the procedure is a stress-free treatment. You don’t have to fear side effects, such as stroke, headaches, heart attacks or erections that last for hours. Platelet Rich Plasma is injected into areas of the penis that are most important for the sexual response. These areas are numbed with a local anesthetic cream before injection, yielding little or no discomfort during the procedure.
How does PRP work to help men’s sexual wellness?
PRP contains many growth factors and has the regenerative ability to stimulate healing and rejuvenation. The benefits typically include tissue proliferation that increases growth of new blood vessels and improved circulation within the penis, resulting in stronger erections, increased sensation, pleasure and enhanced sexual performance. Some men report changes in girth and length of the penis. Many of these benefits are experienced immediately after receiving the injection. And, because the treatment uses the patient’s own blood derived plasma, it is non-allergenic and free of harmful side effects
What is the PRP Hair Protocol?
People who desire a non-surgical regrowth strategy that is safe and effective choose the PRP Scalp procedure. This innovative procedure combines Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and nutrients injected into the scalp to encourage hair growth. PRP is loaded with growth factors that promote rapid angiogenesis and localized cell growth. Effective for both male and female pattern hair loss, PRP has also regrown hair in alopecia areata, eyebrow hypotrichosis and other patient cases with non-hereditary hair loss.
How does the PRP Hair Protocol work?
This regenerative hair regrowth treatment takes about 90 minutes from start to finish. First, a blood sample is obtained which is specially processed to produce the PRP. Typically, a local anesthetic is administered to completely numb the scalp treatment area. PRP and vitamin rich nutrients are injected into the scalp using a very small needle followed by a specific micro-needling technique. The release of growth factors present in PRP act as messengers, recruiting stem cells to the treatment area, stimulating existing viable hair follicles and thereby reversing the effects of hair loss. Scientifically based articles show the efficacy of PRP increases hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle. The recovery from the procedure is typically uneventful and any post treatment discomfort is easily managed in most cases with non-narcotic analgesic medication such as Ibuprofen. There is no other downtime or noticeable effects of the procedure. Patients typically first notice improved texture and a decrease in hair shedding. New hair growth can be seen as early as 2 months but is typically evident between 4-8 months and will continue to improve. Annual PRP treatments are recommended for optimal hair growth continued success.
Can PRP help with improving my wrinkles, crow’s feet, and the overall appearance of my face?
Microneedling with PRP is a very simple yet incredibly effective strategy for rejuvenating the face. PRP derived from your own blood is applied and worked into the skin with a professional microneedling tool. The microneedling tool creates micro punctures in the skin thus activating the collagen and elastin cascades to create new cells and rejuvenation. The PRP is used to simulate stem cells that exist in the face
How does PRP help with pain relief from acute or chronic injury?
Platelet Rich Plasma injections are replacing traditional orthopedic surgery in many instances for conditions ranging from soft tissue injuries (tendonitis, muscle tears, ligamentous injuries) to various joint afflictions, such as a torn meniscus or mild to moderate arthritis of the joint.
What injuries and conditions can PRP treat?
- Spine: Sacroiliac Joint, Iliolumbar Ligaments, Facet Joints, Interspinous Ligaments
- Elbows: Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury, Distal Biceps Tendon Partial Tear
- Wrist & Hand: Chronic Thumb Sprain, Joint Arthritis
- Ankle & Foot: Chronic Ligament Strains, Chronic Achilles Tendinosis, Chronic Partial Tendon, Tear Plantar Fascitis
- Shoulders: Rotator Cuff – Partial Tears, Biceps Tendinosis, Chronic Glenohumeral Ligament Sprains, Acromio-Clavicular Joint Dysfunction & Pain, Levator Scapulae Tendinosis
- Lower Leg: Calf Pain
- Knee: Patellar Tendonitis/Tendinosis, Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease, Quadraceps Strain or Partial Tear, Degenerative Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chondromalacia Patella, Enthesopathy
- Arthritic Joints: Hip/Pelvis/SI joints, Piriformis Syndrome, Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, Hamstring Strain, Ischial Tuberosity Bursitis, Hip Joint Arthritis, Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head, Symphysis Pubis Pain