The information we provide is for your information only and does not replace a personal consultation, examination or diagnosis by a registered doctor. 

In principle, no remote diagnosis or therapy suggestion can be made in individual cases. The information and content provided is intended to offer general, non-binding support to those seeking advice. The information provided by the respective experts is no substitute for a visit to the doctor, but can usefully supplement and support the dialogue between patient and doctor. 

We do not offer advice, recommendations or enquiries about the purchase and/or use of medicines, other health products, diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. 

We also warn against self-medication. The content provided by us cannot and should not be used to make an independent diagnosis and/or independent selection and application, or to change or discontinue any medication, other health product or healing process. Please consult your doctor or pharmacist for this!

The content available on our website is carefully compiled and meets high quality standards. Medical texts are written by experts. The accuracy of the content is regularly checked and updated. Knowledge in medicine is subject to constant change through scientific research and development in medical practice. Our authors and medical experts ensure that medical information is presented correctly and comprehensibly, even for laypersons. However, we and third parties do not assume any responsibility for the completeness, accuracy, correctness and up-to-dateness of the contents of the website. 

PRP in gynaecology - Vaginal rejuvenation

PRP in gynaecology - Vaginal rejuvenation

PRP can be extremely beneficial for vaginal rejuvenation. As platelets are responsible for both promoting healing and regenerating healthy tissues in your body, PRP can be an ideal solution if you are looking for a vaginal treatment with rejuvenating properties. Depending on your needs, PRP injections can be performed into the tissues surrounding the clitoris, urethra and G-spot. When injected into the areas targeted for treatment, read more
PRP treatment for wrist pain

PRP treatment for wrist pain

Hands and wrists are amazingly complex, with 27 bones, a complex network of ligaments, tendons, joints, nerves and muscles working gracefully together. The human hand can type across a keyboard, serve a tennis ball, turn a doorknob and feel the gentle touch of a child's hand. If you are suffering from an injury to the ligaments or tendons in your hands, wrists or elbows, a PRP injection can speed up the healing process. Your doctor may use a PRP injection with surgery to help you recover faster. read more
Why should you offer PRP injections in your medical practice?

Why should you offer PRP injections in your medical practice?

PRP is used in almost every field and specialty, from sports medicine to pain management, skin rejuvenation, hair care and urology. Most doctors who use this treatment also saw higher patient retention rates. So is there a legitimate reason not to add PRP to your practice? read more
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) in cardiac surgery

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) in cardiac surgery

PRP is a safe, simple and reproducible therapy that appears to offer both clinical and financial benefit to patients undergoing sternotomy for cardiac surgery. The addition of PRP to all sternal occlusions following cardiac surgery brings value by improving care and reducing costs. read more
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for COPD disorders

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for COPD disorders

PRP treatments for COPD conditions can help repair the air sacs or alveoli and reverse lung damage caused by smoking, pollution and other factors. Make breathing easier, relieve chest discomfort and increase stamina with PRP therapy.  read more
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy in dermatology

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy in dermatology

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is an autologous serum containing high concentrations of platelets and growth factors. PRP therapy continues to evolve as an important treatment modality with many applications in dermatology, particularly in the areas of hair restoration, skin rejuvenation, acne scars, skin augmentation and striae distensae. In addition, the combination of PRP with laser therapies, microneedling, dermal fillers and autologous fat grafting leads to synergistic effects that result in improved aesthetic outcomes. read more
Online Kurs - PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) für die Ästhetik

Online Kurs - PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) für die Ästhetik

read more
Use of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy in dogs with pain.

Use of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy in dogs with pain.

Is your dog recovering from an injury or suffering from degenerative joint disease? Platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) can help. read more
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for coccygodynia

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment for coccygodynia

Try PRP for coccydynia or tailbone pain, a condition for which there are no conventional remedies apart from treatments to relieve symptoms. Gain a better quality of life with the ability to sit pain-free and need support. read more
PRP treatment for shoulder pain

PRP treatment for shoulder pain

In the orthopaedic community, the clinical use of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) in the treatment of shoulder pathologies has increased rapidly over the last decade. read more
Product added to wishlist
Product added to compare.