Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) Injections are used to treat a range of injuries and joint pain. This includes tendon damage, sprains, pulled muscles, and osteoarthritis.
We do this by extracting growth platelets out of the blood and inject them into the damaged area. This then signals stem cells to the damaged site to begin the repair. The idea is that injecting PRP into damaged tissues will stimulate your body to grow new, healthy cells and promote healing.
Benefits can be seen within the first 6 weeks of having the injection.
Ideal for when you can no longer rely on pain-reducing medications.
The procedure can be done in less than one hour and is non-surgical.
PRP addresses and treats the root cause of pain.
12 - 24 Months
See below what other products we have on offer to treat joint pain, discomfort and reduced mobility.
Overload caused by ageing, heavy lifting, sports, being overweight and more.
Acts as a lubricant by restoring balance of the breakdown and production of hyaluronic acid.
Reduces pain and stiffness by improving the viscoelastic properties of synovial fluid.
Treats any tendon and ABI can be used for ligament damage, strains and sprains.
Improvements can be seen between 3-6 weeks after the injection has been administered.
Injections are administered by specialists. We are London Harley Street trained NHS Competent Phlebotomist.
Studies show that injections significantly reduce pain and improve physical function.
Your injection will be administered by a London Harley Street trained NHS Competent Phlebotomists.
Used to treat osteoarthritis when you can no longer rely on pain-reducing medications.
Below we have answered frequently asked questions. But, get in touch if you require any further information.
You should see benefits within 6 weeks of having the injection.
Just turn up to your appointment. A local anaesthetic is injected near the site of injury and after a few minutes, the PRP is injected.
You need to rest for at least 1 week after the injection.
Common side effects can include post injection pain for 24-48 hours or swelling and bruising at the injection site. Severe complications, such as infection are very rare, as it is coming from your own body.
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Phone: 07542 932 025