Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Helps Speed Relief and Recovery

 

Using your blood’s own growth factors to achieve optimal outcomes.

Living with pain can have significant negative effects on your life. It can make it difficult to get around, perform the simple tasks of daily living, or work. At Right Path Pain & Spine Center, we’re committed to helping you find relief and return to your life by using today’s most advanced techniques, including platelet-rich plasma.

What are platelets?

What we know as “blood” is actually a compound material that consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, all of which are suspended in a liquid medium called “plasma.” Platelets are primarily known for their role in hemostasis, the process the body uses to stop bleeding, but they also contain hundreds of growth-factor proteins, which are important to tissue healing.

What is platelet rich plasma therapy?

With PRP therapy, we draw and process your blood to create a plasma solution that has a high concentration of platelets. Then, we administer this platelet-rich solution back into the areas of the body that require healing. This supercharges your body’s tissue regeneration process, helping to relieve your pain more quickly. Over the course of time, the platelets release growth factors that speed healing for injuries of:

  • Joints
  • Tendons
  • Ligaments
  • Muscle
  • Can also help stimulate hair growth

Using PRP and other state-of-the-art treatments so you can live pain-free.

In many cases, our doctors here at Right Path Pain & Spine Center combine PRP with stem cell therapy in order to maximize your outcomes. As a team dedicated to your fast, total relief and speediest return to full function, we use the latest, most effective methods and interventions in combination to get you back to the life you love.

For more information on Right Path Pain & Spine Center’s approach to platelet-rich plasma therapy for faster healing in the Central Florida communities of Davenport and Orlando, or to schedule an appointment, call 866-522-4942. You can also request an appointment by filling out the form on this page.