What Can PRP Help?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic Joint Pain
Rotator Cuff Injuries
… AND MORE
What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma. To get PRP, we start with drawing several vials of the patient’s blood. These vials are then put into a centrifuge to gently separate the platelets from the plasma. The plasma and platelet layer rise to the top and are drawn off. This process is repeated once more to get a highly concentrated solution of Platelet-Rich Plasma.
With PRP, we are harnessing and delivering everything the body needs to heal itself directly into the affected area. It’s a very potent and powerful therapy and works 3-4 times faster than Prolotherapy.
You Don’t Have to be a Professional Athlete
(but PRP is trusted by them and their coaches)
How Much Does PRP Cost?
Hand, Fingers & Wrist
Foot & Ankle
Show Me PRP Studies
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Platelet-Rich Plasma Versus Autologous Whole Blood for the Treatment of Chronic Lateral Elbow Epicondylitis: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
“Regarding pain reduction, PRP treatment seems to be an effective treatment for chronic lateral elbow epicondylitis and superior to autologous blood in the short term.”
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy as a Firstline Treatment for Severe Achilles Tendon Tear: A Case Report
“… local injection of PRP into a partially torn Achilles tendon six days after initial injury facilitated a rapid repair of the tendon, with pain relief and return to previous activity level within two to three months of the injection…”
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment for Tendinitis
“…PRP is a promising new treatment for tendonitis and that it is most beneficial at 100% concentration.”
PRP as a Treatment Alternative for Symptomatic Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy for Patients Failing Conservative Treatment
“Of the 14 patients, 12 have had statistically significant improvements in their pain scale and their strength and endurance at 8 weeks. … Of the 4 patients who were considering surgery because of persistent pain, only 2 went on to have rotator cuff surgery.”
Platelet-Rich Plasma in Temporomandibular Joint [TMJ] Osteoarthritis Therapy: A 3-Month Follow-Up Pilot Study
“The results after 3 months revealed that intra-articular injection of autologous PRP appeared to be an effective treatment method for patients with early [TMJ] OA in this study.”
Platelet-Rich Plasma in Treatment of Temporomandibular Joint [TMJ] Dysfunctions: Narrative Review
“…platelet-rich plasma injections in temporomandibular [TMJ] disorders’ management were found to be effective in reducing pain and joint sound as well as in improving mandibular motion…”