PRP stands for platelet rich plasma. Blood, in addition to red and white blood cells, contains platelets which are rich in growth factors. Growth factors...
PRP injections are a new medical technology used in the treatment of many sporting injuries. This website aims to provide information about this therapy and where it can be performed.
Read a step-by-step description of the procedure for a platelet-rich plasma injection and find out exactly what to expect during PRP therapy.
PRP is basically human blood that is spun very fast and it is separated. PRP is a safe treatment and involves no side effects. There are no risks involved while doing this treatment and no allergies.
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) is a ground breaking non-operative treatment option. Learn more about PRP here on the Virginia Spine Institute site.
A look at PRP, a process used to reduce inflammation. Included is detail on costs and the side effects, plus conditions it can help.