What is PRP Therapy?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy involves extracting a concentrated form of platelets from a patient’s own blood and injecting it into the affected area.

Extraction of plasma from blood
flow of red blood cells into the blood vessel, 3D illustration

PRP injections are commonly used to treat musculoskeletal injuries such as tendonitis, ligament sprains, muscle strains, and osteoarthritis. It can help reduce pain, inflammation, and promote tissue repair in these conditions.

Facial Injections

PRP therapy for wrinkles works by injecting platelet-rich plasma into the skin, which contains growth factors that stimulate collagen and elastin production, leading to improved skin elasticity, texture, and reduction in the appearance of wrinkles.

Hair Restoration

PRP therapy for hair loss involves injecting platelet-rich plasma into the scalp, where growth factors in the plasma stimulate hair follicles, increase blood flow to the hair follicles, and prolong the growth phase of the hair cycle. This can result in thicker, fuller hair and can help slow down or reverse hair loss.