PRP- Platelet Rich Prolotherapy ORTHOKINE REGENOKINE
PRP and analogues have resulted in some astounding sucess.
Our approaches provide autologous regenerative cell therapies by delivering a highly concentrated amount of the patient’s own regenerative cells. The regenerative cells are harvested from different tissues in the body and are concentrated and implanted.
We are amazed by the results in most cases.
Read articles from the popular press regarding this amazing treatment option where you use your own body to heal yourself.
The use and clinical validation of PRP is still in the early stages.
Platelet activation plays a key role in the process of wound and soft tissue healing. The use of platelet rich plasma (PRP), a portion of the patient’s own blood having a platelet concentration above baseline, to promote healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints, can be applied to various musculoskeletal problems.
It was used as early as the 1990s in maxillo-facial and plastic surgery. PRP injections are prepared from one to a few tubes of the patient’s own blood with strict aseptic technique. After being centrifuged, the activated platelets are injected into the abnormal tissue, releasing growth factors that recruit and increase the proliferation of reparative cells. Ultrasound imaging may or may not be used to guide the injection.
Several clinical studies have demonstrated that PRP injections have improved function and decreased pain to various maladies, including – but not limited to – elbow, wrist, shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle tendonosis. Early work is also showing promise for osteoarthritis.
The side effects of PRP injections are very limited as the patient is utilizing their own blood, which they should have no reaction to. Some relative rest is needed immediately following the procedure, then usually followed by a progressive stretching and strengthening program.
PRP/ORTHOKINE can be used in the following areas:
RESEARCH REGARDING ORTHOKINE AND PRP: