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Platelet-rich plasma: the key to PRP therapy

Platelet-rich plasma: the key to PRP therapy

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is used in a variety of clinical applications based on the premise that higher GF content should promote better healing. Platelet derivatives represent a promising therapeutic modality and offer possibilities for the treatment of wounds, ulcers, soft tissue injuries and various other cell therapy applications. read more
Does PRP treatment work for hair loss?

Does PRP treatment work for hair loss?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a treatment that doctors use to speed up healing in different areas of the body. It can help restore hair growth. Doctors usually use this treatment for hair loss results from androgenetic alopecia, a common condition that causes hair follicles to shrink. read more
PRP treatment against melasma

PRP treatment against melasma

There is no shortage of treatments to "cure" melasma, but unfortunately many of them do not work and simply rob clients of time, money and emotional stress. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), however, offers promising treatment options for people living with melasma. Let's first discuss the disease and how PRP can help with the condition. read more
What are PRP tubes?

What are PRP tubes?

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Photodynamic therapy (PDT)

Photodynamic therapy (PDT)

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that involves light-sensitive drugs and a light source to destroy abnormal cells. It can be used to treat some skin and eye diseases as well as certain types of cancer . read more
Lipogems / Lipogems Treatment

Lipogems / Lipogems Treatment

Lipogems is a medical device that extracts fat (also called adipose tissue) from your abdomen and injects it into your arthritic and/or painful joint. This helps relieve joint pain and allows you to regain function and return to your daily activities. read more
PRP treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and wounds

PRP treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and wounds

PRP treatment of diabetic foot ulcer is effective and safe. PRP is effective if it significantly accelerates the healing of the diabetic foot ulcer and safe if it does not cause significant changes in the patient's blood haematology or blood chemistry (albumin). read more
PRP therapy for back pain

PRP therapy for back pain

By injecting PRP directly into the lower back, these growth factors and proteins are concentrated exactly where they are needed so they can begin to heal and repair damaged areas to relieve pain and restore normal spinal function. read more
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for brain injuries

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for brain injuries

PRP is rich in numerous growth factors associated with the repair processes following injury to the central nervous system, which consists of the brain and spinal cord. read more
The most common sports injuries that can be treated with PRP.

The most common sports injuries that can be treated with PRP.

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