PRP Is Game Changing

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP Therapy) – Call us to discuss this treatment and your options. 470-299-1998

Super-Concentrated Platelets Help Accelerate Healing of Injured Tissues

We utilize the nation’s most advanced, concentrated and pure form of platelet rich plasma, ensuring the best possible patient outcomes.

PRP Facts & Information

PRP is a next-generation injection procedure commonly used to treat the following conditions:

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee, Shoulder, Hip and Spine
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Chronic Plantar Fasciitis
  • ACL Injuries
  • Pelvic Pain and Instability
  • Back and Neck Injuries
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Tendinitis
  • Ligament Sprains

Our platelet rich plasma procedures incorporate significantly higher blood platelet concentrations and are much more pure than PRP offered at clinics utilizing a simple bedside centrifuge to process blood draws. Our PRP therapy procedures produce the best possible patient results and fewer inflammatory side effects due to the purity of the PRP mixture.

How Does PRP Help Heal The Body?

      • The body’s first response to soft tissue injury is to deliver platelet cells
      • Packed with growth and healing factors, platelets initiate repair and attract the critical assistance of stem cells
      • PRP’s natural healing process intensifies the body’s efforts by delivering a higher concentration of platelets directly into the area in need
      • To create PRP, a small sample of your blood is drawn (similar to a lab test sample) and placed in a centrifuge that spins the blood at high speeds, separating the platelets from the other components. The process is handled manually by a lab technician, producing higher concentrations of platelets and a much more pure concentration of the beneficial blood components
      • The PRP is then injected into and around the point of injury, jump-starting and significantly strengthening the healing process
      • Because your own blood is used, there is no risk of a transmissible infection and a low risk of allergic reaction.


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