Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints. Blood is drawn from the arm and centrifuged to remove red blood cells. Our technique ensures that the final PRP product contains a highly concentrated number of growth factor rich platelets that will facilitate cellular growth, proliferation, healing, and cell differentiation. By injecting platelets into a target area, growth can be stimulated. PRP can be broadly applied from hair to joints to genitalia.
Exosomes are cell-derived endomembrane vesicles that are present in a majority of cells in the human body. They are comprised of lipids, proteins, and mRNA which can be transferred to surrounding cells in order to nourish or communicate with them. These therapeutic cells locate sites of injury and then sequentially secrete bioactive factors that are immunomodulatory as well as regenerative. Following injection, exosomes will act in their microenvironment to communicate with local cells via local signaling. Exosomes can also be administered in an IV solution in which they will locate damaged or diseased tissues around the body for repair. Exosomes have shown promise in treatments of arthritis, brain inflammation diseases (MS, encephalitis), anti-aging, and many others.
Areas of Treatment
- Musculoskeletal injection
- IV infusion (exosomes only)
- Scalp injection
- Wrinkled or sagging skin
- Frown lines and crows feet
- Acne scarring
- Erectile dysfunction
- Urinary incontinence
- Sexual wellness and performance
- Hair restoration
- Pain relief of an acute or chronic injury
Contact our clinic to ask more detailed questions about PRP Injection Therapy.