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PRP treatment in sports medicine

PRP treatment in sports medicine

PRP is an agent used to biologically stimulate tissue healing. It can be an effective method of treating sports injuries and is therefore becoming increasingly popular. PRP procedure can and should play an important role in solving the most current orthopedic problems in the present and in the future! read more
PRP treatment for rosacea

PRP treatment for rosacea

PPR allows the skin to rejuvenate and repair itself, which can help relieve and calm the symptoms of rosacea. read more
Treatment of cellulite with PRP (platelet rich plasma)

Treatment of cellulite with PRP (platelet rich plasma)

In the modern world, 90% of women struggle with body blemishes (cellulite, stretch marks). The introduction of autologous platelet plasma can reduce the severity of these defects and improve the quality and appearance of the skin. read more
FUE hair transplantation

FUE hair transplantation

FUE transplants are the most common and successful method of curing hair loss. Find out more about the FUE hair transplant process. read more
You want to make plasma gel? What equipment do you need to do this?

You want to make plasma gel? What equipment do you need to do this?

We are often asked what equipment is needed for plasma gel? You will find an answer in this article. read more
Plasma growth factors in cerebral palsy

Plasma growth factors in cerebral palsy

The use of plasma growth factors has opened up a new clinical field of application in medicine and given rise to a new discipline called regenerative medicine. In many areas such as traumatology, dental implants or anaesthesia, the use of this biotechnology can improve patients' quality of life. read more
PRP therapy for tendonitis

PRP therapy for tendonitis

Repetitive movements can stretch tendons and cause pain, swelling and limited movement. Try PRP therapy to perform tendon repair, which can heal hard tissue and not just mask pain and cause long-term damage like traditional treatments. read more
Information on PRP treatment (platelet-rich plasma)

Information on PRP treatment (platelet-rich plasma)

In recent years, doctors have learned that the body has the ability to heal itself. Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that can harness these abilities and boost the natural growth factors your body uses to heal tissue. What is plasma and what are platelets? Read more about it! read more
Can carpal tunnel syndrome be treated with PRP therapy?

Can carpal tunnel syndrome be treated with PRP therapy?

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition that affects a patient's quality of life. About three to six percent of the adult population in the United States suffers from carpal tunnel. Some cases of CTS improve on their own, but many require medical intervention. Unfortunately, many modern medical treatments offer only short-term relief for patients. They do not solve the underlying problem that causes CTS. read more
PRP or dermal filler - Which should I choose?

PRP or dermal filler - Which should I choose?

People of all ages are concerned with combating various signs of skin ageing. Some of the most popular options for patients are injectables such as dermal fillers and platelet-rich plasma injections. These two are non-surgical enhancement techniques that help you look younger than your actual age. read more
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