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PRP Therapy: Benefits, Procedure, and Recovery Time

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What is PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy is a medical treatment that involves taking a sample of your blood and separating the platelets from the plasma. The platelets are then concentrated and injected back into your body at the site of injury. Platelets contain growth factors that can help to speed up the healing process and reduce inflammation.

  • Reduced pain and inflammation

  • Improved range of motion

  • Faster healing times

  • Non-invasive treatment option

Benefits of PRP Therapy

Procedure for PRP Therapy

  1. A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient's arm.

  2. The blood is placed in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the plasma.

  3. The platelets are concentrated and mixed with a small amount of the patient's plasma.

  4. The mixture is injected back into the patient's body at the site of injury.

The recovery time for PRP therapy can vary depending on the condition being treated and the severity of the injury. In general, patients can expect to experience some discomfort and swelling at the injection site for the first few days after the procedure. Most patients can return to normal activities within a week or two.

Recovery Time for PRP Therapy

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