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Faq's

Do I have to have a referral to be seen?

Yes, if your insurance allows it. However, you must take responsibility for obtaining any previous records from doctors who have treated your condition. We must have these to design an effective treatment plan.

Do you have one or more of these conditions? Then PRP therapy may be a solution?

Simply put PRP is taken from your own blood. To harvest PRP, we collect a small amount of your blood with a specialized collecting system. From here the blood is placed into a machine (centrifuge) that separates the growth factors (plasma) and platelets.

Where Does PRP Come From?

Simply put PRP is taken from your own blood. To harvest PRP, we collect a small amount of your blood with a specialized collecting system. From here the blood is placed into a machine (centrifuge) that separates the growth factors (plasma) and platelets.

What is Platelet Rich Plasma?

We know some patients don’t like to talk about blood, but to understand what Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is and how it works, it is important to distinguish the four main components of blood. Your body’s blood is made up of Red and White blood cells as well as Platelets and Plasma. Introducing high concentrations of Platelets and Plasma encourage growth factors that promote healing and regeneration of injured tissues. Because we collect PRP from your own body, it is 100% natural.

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