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Introducing Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy: One of the most exciting advancements in Orthobiologics.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment that relieves pain by promoting long lasting healing of musculoskeletal conditions using your own body growth factors.

The body’s natural response to an injury is to send platelets from the blood to the damaged tissues which initiates the natural healing process.

Platelets store a vast array of growth factors which are released at the site of injury. Through a process called cell signaling, the platelets call for other healing factors to be drawn into the site of injury. PRP acts much the same way, but with an extremely high dose of platelets injected into the target area. This treatment enhances the body’s healing response to acute, chronic or inflammatory diseases.

Experience the highest standard of PRP therapy with us. Our approach is backed by advanced equipment and techniques, ensuring:

  1. A therapeutic dose of over 1 billion platelets per mL of PRP
  2. High concentrations of growth factors released precisely at the injury site
  3. Maximum platelet yield, recovering over 80% of platelets from your blood
  4. The purest form of PRP, free from red blood cells and neutrophils, minimizing inflammation and negative side effects.

At Laurel Foot and Ankle Center, we understand that every patient’s journey to pain relief is unique. PRP offers hope for those who have not found success with traditional treatments like steroid injections or physical therapy, and may even provide an alternative to surgery.

While individual results vary, many patients experience initial relief shortly after treatment, with continued improvement over 4 to 6 weeks and beyond. Our procedures are efficient, typically lasting between 30 minutes to an hour, from preparation to completion.

Reach out to our office staff today to learn more about PRP therapy, payment options, and how we can help you find relief and regain mobility.

 

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