Using the Latest Breakthroughs with State-of-the-Art PRP Therapy
EmergeOrtho is the leader in PRP therapy, utilizing the expertise of our specialty-trained physicians to craft a therapy plan especially for you. We are at the forefront of the latest scientific advancements, so you can be sure that you’re receiving the best care available.
Breakthroughs in treatment for musculoskeletal disease have created significant advancements. We offer nonsurgical methods and regenerative applications to treat conditions ranging from sports injuries to arthritis. In addition, these techniques provide better outcomes in orthopedic surgical procedures.
What is PRP therapy?
PRP stands for Platelet-Rich-Plasma. It’s a specific type of plasma found in your blood. PRP has more platelets than are typically found in blood. These platelets contain certain proteins that help injuries heal faster. Platelets are responsible for releasing proteins known as growth factors, which aid in the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
During the platelet rich plasma injection procedure, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and inserted in a centrifuge, which spins and forms a high concentration of platelets. The platelet rich blood is then injected back into the patient’s problematic site.
What are the benefits of PRP therapy?
PRP helps tissues heal faster. Researchers believe that this procedure has been successful because it essentially uses the body’s own healing method to treat tendon and ligament problems. Our physicians apply this to many joints of the body including the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle. Researchers are still studying this promising treatment to determine other potential benefits.
Being at the cutting edge of the latest research is one of the many advantages of selecting EmergeOrtho as your provider. Success is contingent upon physicians that ensure the latest techniques are applied effectively. You can be confident that EmergeOrtho’s hip and knee specialists are current in the promising new technique of PRP therapy.