PRP Injections

PRP Injections 

Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) injections is a revolutionary treatment increasingly being used to help treat wounds and/or sports related injuries. Plasma is found in your blood, which is made up of protein and water. Both white and red blood cells move through your blood through your plasma. These cells play an important role in healing. By collecting your blood, we are able to extract the Platelet-Rich Plasma from your blood using a centrifuge,  and take that PRP and inject it in the area of your body that needs treatment. PRP is also used for cosmetic treatments here at Glow Aesthetic Center, such as our Microneedling + PRP treatment, as well as our PRP hair growth treatment.

Benefits of PRP Injections 

Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections is increasingly being used for sports related injuries by pro athletes in the NBA, NFL, PGA players, and much more. By injecting the plasma in the area of treatment, we are able to help your body increase its healing abilities in area’s that have been wounded and damaged. These areas include but are not limited to:

Tendons

Muscles

Joints

Ligaments

Skin

And Much More!

PRP Injections is used to treat muscle related injuries, torn tendons, joint injuries, pain related to arthritis, tendinitis, and more.

Results

It can take several weeks to start seeing results and alleviated pain from the treatment. Once results are seen, results can last up to a year. More then one treatment might be needed for certain treatments and/or injuries. The practitioner here at Glow Aesthetic Center will help create a treatment plan for patients with advanced injuries who needs multiple treatments.

Before your PRP injection treatment

Stop taking any type of medication that act as blood thinners such as Ibuprofen or Aspirin. This may also include vitamins or supplements such as Omega-3.

It is suggested to hydrate and eat before the procedure, as drawing blood may cause you become lightheaded.

Please let the practioner know if you have an Anemia, Cancer, an Infection, or Abnormal Platelet Count or Function.