The Effectiveness Of PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Treatment
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Treatment
Have you been looking for a perfect treatment for pain relief, hair restoration, and erection dysfunction? You may or may not have heard of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment, but it gives effective and long-lasting results for pain relief in bones, joints, and muscles. Whether you have arthritis, frozen shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, heel, foot, or ankle pain, you could rest assured that you’d be relieved with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy.
If you have issues with your libido, or maybe you have erectile dysfunction, this is usually caused by stress which is a psychological problem; all these can be remedied with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment.
Perhaps you have alopecia or hair loss, probably due to medical conditions or stress, a PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment can come to the rescue to give you renewed hair growth with fuller and healthier hair.
The effects of PRP are mind-blowing, especially because it is a natural remedy to these problems; it is not a cream or a spray, though. It is a procedure done by experienced professionals. If you are interested in learning more about PRP Treatments and their effectiveness, you’ve come to the right place.
What is PRP (platelet-rich plasma) Treatment?
To better understand the treatment, I need to break it into pieces. PRP (platelet rich plasma), as the name implies, is obtained from the blood. The blood comprises plasma, platelets, red blood cells, and white blood cells. The blood plasma’s main job is to remove body waste, distribute essential nutrients, promote healing and protect against infection in the body.
The platelet accelerates the healing process by helping blood clot. Have you watched movies where the hero has super healing powers and, when injured, the wound closes up at an accelerated speed? Our body platelets can do that, too, with tissue regeneration and cell reproduction. Your wounds will close up by themselves after a while. The body heals itself when there is trauma (injury) in any particular location, but sometimes it needs help.
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment amplifies the effects of the healing process; you get healed faster. The most interesting part is it doesn’t involve a foreign substance; it increases the concentration of your blood Platelet-rich plasma to heal you faster; it’s you healing yourself, plus you have no adverse effects because it’s still your blood.
How is it done? The PRP (Platelet rich plasma) Procedure
Your blood is drawn and collected in a vacutainer (blood collection tube) and placed in a centrifuge. The centrifuge runs at a very high speed and separates the content of your blood by density.
You will see your blood split into three layers; the top contains a low concentration of platelets, the middle contains a Buffy coat (high concentration of platelets and white blood cells), and the bottom contains red blood cells. A syringe will be used to collect the Platelet-rich plasma, which will be injected into the affected areas. Experts will do the procedure, so rest assured, numbing agents will be applied to protect you from pain.
During the procedure for pain relief, an ultrasound machine is needed to create an image that helps the doctor find the right injection site. P-shot, Priapus shot, or Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) shots are injected into the penile tissue to promote better erections; say goodbye to boring sex as you would now be able to enjoy yourself and feel confident in the bedroom.
The downside of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment
Although the Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment is natural from your blood, some research has been done that indicates it doesn’t work for everyone, for example, the PRP for hair restoration.
The platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment must be done by an experienced professional to avoid complications such as skin Infections, bleeding, scarring, long-lasting pain, and nerve and tissue damage.
Who should be recommended Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment should not be used by people suffering from underlying chronic health conditions (Blood or skin cancer, Human immune virus (HIV), Acquired immunodeficiency virus (AIDS), Hep C, stroke, or heart diseases, this is because PRP can’t cure it and it might negate the effects.
Meanwhile, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment can be used by people suffering from partial or complete hair loss is also called baldness in men (alopecia). The treatment can be used by people suffering from acute sports injuries, osteoarthritis, and chronic tendon problems like tears.
How effective is (PRP) Platelet-rich plasma Treatment?
(PRP) platelet rich plasma treatment is an effective relief of pain and repair of damaged ligaments, cartilage, tendons, muscles, and joints. Many people enjoy the benefits of this procedure and go about their daily life as soon as possible with no holdbacks. The procedure is based on the fact that your body can heal itself, providing you with no complications due to blood or skin irritations.
Within a week or two, you begin to see changes, and before six months, you get decreased pain and results. The effect of Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Treatment lasts for about a year, but you would need to touch up treatments for maintenance to get a longer-lasting effect. Nobody is the same and has different reactions to the treatment, which determines how long it will last, but the results should last for about a year.
The embarrassment of your hair falling out or thinning and covering it up with hats or wigs is long gone. You’ve lived with joint, muscles, ligament, and tendon pain long enough. PRP (platelet rich plasma) treatment is the best choice for a better life.
Get fuller and healthier hair, wake up feeling brand new with no pain anywhere, enjoy a fun time with your children without being held back by your aching knees, and spoil your partner with renewed stamina in bed. Book an appointment with Dr Henry Sobo MD, Stamford CT, for your pain relief and hair growth solutions.