Platelet rich plasma, is human blood that is spun down and separated producing a concentration of platelets above normal values. Platelets are the clotting cells of our blood, but they also have great potential in enhancing healing of muscle, tendon, and ligaments.


How it is done ?

When can I expect relief ?

Pain relief typically starts to occur within three to four weeks and symptoms continue to improve over a period of three to six months following a PRP injection.

Because PRP injections are intended to promote healing or growth, you may not notice an immediate difference after receiving the injections. However, in several weeks or months, you may observe that the area is healing faster than you would have expected if you hadn’t received PRP injections.


Side Effects

• Infection
• Nerve injuries
• Pain at the injection site
• Tissue damage
• Soreness or bruising at the injection site
• Increased pain for a few days following the procedure, depending on the location


Before taking PRP talk to your doctor if you have the following conditions

• Abnormal Platelet function (blood disorder)
• Chemotherapy and / or Cancer patients
• Chronic or Acute infections
• Fever, Sepsis
• Severe, Metabolic and / or system disorder
• Skin disease
• Anti coagulation therapies
• Chronic liver problem
• Recent Use of Corticosteroids