Experience PRP Treatment From Highly Trained Professionals in Gainesville, FL


In recent years, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment has grown tremendously in popularity throughout the United States. Seeing such fast growth, some patients may question the process and effectiveness of PRP treatment. We’re happy to be able to tell you that PRP is a very safe treatment! Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment simply refers to the process of using platelets (that already exist in your blood) to treat an injury. Platelets contain hundreds of proteins that contribute to cell growth and the healing of an injury. As with any procedure, it’s essential to become educated and understand the process before making a decision about whether to receive PRP treatment. The team at PRP Regeneration Specialists is here to explain what you can expect when you receive treatment from highly-trained PRP specialists.     Certified PRP Specialists                                                                                                                  There are many physicians that offer PRP treatment, but not all treatments are the same. As with any [...]

Experience PRP Treatment From Highly Trained Professionals in Gainesville, FL2017-10-03T09:25:20-04:00

What is Platelet Rich Plasma?


When it comes to injury-related surgery, the recovery process can often be painful and drawn out, and it can hinder your day-to-day activity and mobility. With PRP treatment, however, there’s no need to worry about any of that. Platelet rich plasma treatment, also known as PRP, is a process that speeds up healing by utilizing the body's natural healing properties.   What is PRP? PRP is a simple process that stimulates healing using a patient's own blood. Using less than four tablespoons of blood, our PRP specialists separate the platelets found in the blood sample using a FDA-approved centrifuge machine. Platelets are essential to natural healing as they contribute to cell growth and the overall healing of injuries. To ensure that the injury is directly treated with platelets, our PRP specialists use an ultrasound to locate the injury. As a result, PRP treatments work to enhance the body’s natural healing process.   PRP treatments are [...]

What is Platelet Rich Plasma?2017-09-25T15:01:31-04:00