Benifits of PRP Therapy
PRP Therapy Explained
Blood is primarily a liquid (plasma), but it also contains other components, like platelets. Within the platelets are growth factors that may initiate tissue repair. The concentrated platelets in PRP may optimize and stimulate the conditions for wound healing, regeneration, and development of new blood vessels.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is blood plasma that contains a concentrated source of your own platelets (donor associated problems are not involved).
Co-infections such as Bartonella or Babesia are usually seen with Lyme patients causing the symptoms to vary from person to person. Lyme disease especially in its chronic stage is commonly misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, bipolar, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, ALS, IBS, Crohn's disease, RA, and/or thyroid disease. Late or inadequate treatment can lead to late stage chronic Lyme disease that can be disabling and very difficult to treat.
It is natural and non-toxic. There are no allergic reactions. PRP treatments are convenient, simple, have short recovery time, and have rapid results and long term benefits, with only a few contraindications. Micro needling and/or fillers may be used to improve the outcome.
PRP is the ultimate bio-identical and will not augment your features (what you never had will not be changed).
Conditions treated at my office:
- Aesthetic improvements: Facial rejuvenation, decollete, neck, and hand skin, like fine lines, wrinkles, pores, pigmentation, acne, scars, stretch marks, "bags" underneath eyes, or even cellulitis.
- poorly healing wounds
- thinning or loosing hair (hair regeneration)
- chronic inflammation or sprains of tendons, muscles, bursae, and ligaments
- osteoarthritis (knees, elbows, wrists, and shoulders)