Platelet Rich Plasma Tendonitis Treatment

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What is Platelet Rich Plasma Tendonitis Treatment?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a procedure using a concentration of the patient’s own platelets to accelerate healing.

PRP is an amazing tool for healing injured:

  • Tendons
  • Ligaments
  • Muscles
  • Joints


How Does PRP Work?

The theory behind PRP is using buffered platelet-rich plasma concentrates blood platelets, along with their growth factors, for incorporation back into the patient’s own tissue speed healing and repair.

First, Dr. Smimth takes a small amount of blood from your pet and spins down in a specialized centrifuge for several minutes.

The spinning isolates the platelet-rich plasma with activated growth factors.

Then, he injects the platelet-rich plasma back into your pet’s body.

So, by concentrating the essential components of repair from the patient’s own blood, PRP creates an enhanced healing environment for treating chronic challenges.

According to Podiatry Today, platelet-rich plasma injections are very useful in human chronic injury cases.

Why? Because they restart and stimulate the body’s inflammatory cascade, which enhances the healing process.

Now, we have the capability to perform the Platelet Rich Plasma Tendonitis Treatment in our clinics, and will begin the first treatment within the next week or so.

PRP is an outpatient procedure that can be done while you wait. It usually takes a little under an hour.

We are scheduling consultations now, so if you are interested please contact us!


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