Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

What is PRP Therapy?

PR , commonly referred to as “liquid gold”, are treatments that use the body’s own healing processes to rejuvenate the skin and promote new cell growth. They are both autologous therapies that use a patient’s own blood to promote healing. The main difference between them is in their preparation methods: PRP is a blood component with concentrated platelets, while PRF is a more advanced version that also includes fibrin, white blood cells, and growth factors, resulting in a thicker and more bioactive substance.

PRP offers amazing benefits to the body including skin rejuvenation, natural facial volume restoration, lifting darkness under the eyes, stimulating hair growth, diminishing scarring, and encouraging the body’s production of collagen. 

How is PRP created?

During treatment, our skilled medical providers will draw blood from your arm. The small vial of blood will be placed and spun in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. This concentrates the platelet count giving you “liquid gold”. This can then be used topically or injected into the skin for treatment.

Frequently Asked Question’s

What conditions can PRP treatments address?
PRP treatments are versatile and can address various concerns, including skin rejuvenation, hair loss, tendon injuries, joint pain, and more. They are commonly used to improve skin texture, stimulate hair growth, and aid in the healing of musculoskeletal injuries.
How does PRP work for skin rejuvenation?

In skin rejuvenation, PRP utilizes the body’s natural healing process. Platelets in the plasma contain growth factors that promote collagen production and tissue regeneration. When injected or applied topically, PRP can improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and scars, resulting in a more youthful and radiant complexion.

Is Platelet Rich Plasma treatment safe and what are the possible side effects?
PRP treatments are generally safe since they utilize the patient’s blood components, minimizing the risk of allergic reactions or infections. However, as with any medical procedure, there might be mild side effects such as redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site, which usually resolve within a few days. It’s essential to consult with a qualified practitioner to discuss potential risks and benefits based on individual health conditions.

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Your First Visit


Getting to Know You

We will do a full assessment, diving deeper into the information you provided on your form, to get a thorough understanding of your medical and family history, your health concerns and inquire about your lifestyle habits including diet, exercise, sleep, and any stressors in your life.


Further Testing

Based on the conversations with your doctor, they may recommend further testing and prepare an individualized treatment plan to optimize your health – that could include specific treatments, supplements or lifestyle changes – along with arranging any follow up visits that are needed.



Our goal is to make you as comfortable and confident as possible, and we can do that by answering any questions you may have so please use this as an opportunity to ask them.
Your initial visit will be XXX long. Follow up visit times will vary depending on your treatment plans.

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