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Platelet-rich plasma, combined with other regenerative treatments, provides a faster healing and recovery experience you won’t get anywhere else
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used for years to reduce pain and increase mobility. Now, we’ve taken the healing power of regenerative medicine to the next level. Injury Care Centers uses an exclusive, innovative, and powerful combination of techniques to improve the effectiveness of PRP.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior suffering from chronic pain or an active person dealing with pain caused by osteoarthritis, PRP is a safe alternative to surgery. Regenerative medicine helps the body to heal itself. Some of the world’s most elite athletes, like Tiger Woods and Rafael Nadal, have used PRP to speed up the recovery process and return to competition.
Our three-pronged, comprehensive therapy, known as Targeting, begins with shockwave therapy to break down injured tissue and prepare the body for PRP. PRP is then injected directly into damaged tissues to motivate the body to grow new, healthy cells. In the final step, we use a laser to stimulate and rejuvenate the area, significantly speeding up your recovery time.
PRP injections are made up of plasma, a component of your blood that contains special proteins that help your blood to clot and support cell growth. Injecting PRP into damaged tissues will stimulate your body to grow new, healthy cells, and promote healing. Most people can resume their normal activities almost immediately after PRP therapy.
Knee Injury: Regenerative therapies for knee pain is a non-surgical treatment that promotes the healing and repair of cartilage and bone tissue.
Tendon injuries: Tendons are usually slow to heal after injury. Injections can help in the recovery process. Injections are used to treat chronic tendon problems, such as tennis elbow, Achilles tendonitis, and jumper’s knee.
Acute injuries: Sports injuries, such as pulled muscles or sprains are treated with injections.
Postsurgical repair: After surgery to repair tendons or ligaments, doctors may use injections to speed up the recovery process.
Osteoarthritis: Injections may also help ease knee pain caused by osteoarthritis.
While some insurance companies cover PRP, others do not. Cost varies depending on the treatment and number of sessions needed. You will be responsible for the full payment of the procedure.
Begin your journey to recovery today.