PRP and Stem Cells PRP Therapy

Platelets and mesenchymal stem cells are key factors important in wound healing. Platelets are found
in our circulating blood in small numbers. Techniques used to concentrate platelets drawn from your
own blood supply, unlock the healing power of platelets to relieve pain and stop inflammation for
many musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries. Platelet-derived growth factors are biologically
active substances that enhance tissue repair. Activated platelets at a wound site release proteins that
directly and indirectly influence all aspects of the wound healing cascade.

What Conditions Benefit From PRP?

PRP treatment works best for chronic ligament and tendon sprains/strains that have failed other conservative treatment (physical therapy, rest, medications), including:

  • Rotator cuff injuries, including partial-thickness and full-thickness tears
  • Tennis & golfer’s elbow
  • Hamstring and hip strains
  • Knee sprains and instability
  • Patellofemoral syndrome and patellar tendinosis
  • Ankle sprains
  • Achilles tendinosis & plantar fasciitis
  • Sports hernias & athletic pubalgia
  • Knee, hip, and other joint osteoarthritis

NOTE: Most insurance plans, including Medicare, do NOT pay for PRP injections.

Stem Cell Therapy

BMAC (Bone marrow-derived stem cells)

Stem cells are gathered by aspirating bone marrow from the back of a patient’s pelvis. One can expect only minimal discomfort from the procedure. The aspirate includes platelets, mesenchymal stem cells, and other kinds of stem cells used in adult stem cell therapy. The bone marrow is placed inside a special machine and this process separates the platelets and stem cells from the remainder of the blood products. It is this concentration of bone marrow—called BMAC, or bone marrow aspiration concentrate—that is reintroduced to the injured area during stem cell therapy.

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