PRP Theraphy Common Applications

In the scientific literature are reports of soft tissue injuries treated with PRP including tendinopathy, tendinosis, acute and chronic muscle strain, muscle fibrosis,

ligamentous sprains and joint capsular laxity. PRP has also been utilized to treat intra-articular injuries, examples include arthritis, arthrofibrosis,
articular cartilage defects, meniscal injury, and chronic synovitis or joint inflammation.

PRP combination with other treatment

  • Laser treatment (Fraxel, IPL)

    PRP enhances recovery of laser-damaged skin and synergistically improves the result of laser treatment.

  • RF treatment

    RF maximizes the result of PRP as it helps deep absorption of PRP into the skin.

  • Fat transfer

    PRP increases rate of fat graft survival.

  • Micro needle treatment (MTS, DTS)

    Micro needle treatment maximizes the result of PRP as it helps absorption of PRP by making fine holes in skin.


FAQ

Depending on the severity of skin troubles, most patients require between one and three treatments.
Each set of treatment is spaced 3 to 4 weeks apart.
Patients will experience a natural change in the operative site and minimal discomfort because beneficial
effects gradually occur after about 2 weeks of therapy. And the results typically last more than 1 year.
Patients are restricted from the use of non-steroid anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) at least
one week prior to the procedure and throughout the course of treatments.
Make-up can be applied right after the treatment and normal activities also can be resumed immediately.

PRP Therapy Before & After

Wrinkles & Tightening

Acne

Hair Loss