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How does PRP Therapy Help?

PRP therapy contains highly concentrated platelets which speed up the process of repairing the soft tissue injury. The stem cells are also attracted to the soft tissue injury which also helps in repairing of the tissue. The concentrated PRP is usually injected into the point of injury.

Some of the key advantages of PRP injections are that they can reduce the need for anti-inflammatories or stronger medications like opioids.

The bottom line is PRP boosts the healing process throughout the body and can by itself repair a soft tissue injury. PRP therapy is less susceptible to allergic reactions; this is because it uses the patient’s blood.

What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a new treatment for musculoskeletal condition that uses plasma that is highly concentrated with platelets. Platelet-rich plasma has been found to significantly enhance the healing process. The plasma contains cytokines and growth factors that speed up the healing process of bone and soft tissues.

PRP therapy has been showing positive results on osteoarthritis of the shoulder, hip, spine and knee, chronic plantar fasciitis, anterior cruciate, ligament injuries, pelvic pain, ankle sprain, tendonitis, back and neck injuries, tennis elbow, and ligament sprain.

PRP Stem Cell Treatment

Bone marrow aspirate concentrate is made from fluid taken from bone marrow. The bone marrow aspirate contains stem cells that can help the healing of some bone and joint conditions. Bone marrow aspirate concentrate is obtained with a minimally invasive procedure that avoids the risks of an open bone graft procedure.

Bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) can focus your own body’s ability to heal. BMAC has been in clinical use since the 1990’s and many reliable studies demonstrate its potential benefits in orthopedic or musculoskeletal injuries.

Your bone marrow is a rich source of progenitor cells, platelets, and anti-inflammatory mediators. These cells bind to an injury site and initiate and organize repair to the damaged tissue. MSCs are a potent tool for focusing on the body’s natural repair process.

Precisely placing BMAC into the injury site can initiate the healing process by activating the damaged cartilage or tendon. This is an inflammatory process. This is a good thing. Inflammation is the vital first phase of healing.

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These tests are covered by Medicare and PPO/HMO plans with most major insurance companies.

No capital investment as IWD provides the equipment and trained technicians to perform all diagnostic testing.