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Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma

Get Pain Relief with Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy in Dallas

Do you suffer from chronic pain, due to musculoskeletal injuries and/or trauma? You may be a candidate for platelet rich plasma treatment in Dallas. Until very recently, medical professionals treating chronic pain due to these types of injuries and traumas were limited to treating only the symptoms, giving temporary relief at best with anti-inflammatory drugs, narcotics, and/or steroids.

Today, however, thanks to PRP therapy, our Dallas patients can experience true, lasting relief. This treatment has the potential to eliminate chronic pain, avoid intensive medical procedures, and even invasive surgery.

How Does PRP Therapy Work?

Platelets, the cells responsible for blood clotting, are very rich in powerful growth factors, and it has been shown that injecting platelet rich plasma (PRP) directly into damaged tissue can help that tissue heal and regenerate. Thus, when our patients come to us for PRP therapy for pain in Dallas, they receive more than a temporary solution for their pain. Instead, they get real, effective treatment to repair and heal the cause of that pain.

What Can PRP Therapy Treat?

Patients come to Texas Cell Institute for PRP therapy in Dallas to treat numerous types of pain, including pain in the spine, ankles, knees, hips, wrists, elbows and shoulders, as well as soft tissue pain and pain associated with osteoarthritis. If you have been suffering from chronic pain after an injury or trauma, you should consider PRP therapy.

What to Expect When You Come in for PRP Treatments

When you visit Texas Cell Institute for PRP therapy for pain in Dallas, we will draw a small amount of your blood and use a centrifuge to process it. When processed through a centrifuge, the plasma (including the platelets) is separated from the white and red blood cells. We will then take the resulting platelet rich plasma, review it under a microscope and inject it directly into the affected tissue.

To make the process more comfortable, we will administer anesthetics before administering the PRP. Unlike anti-inflammatory medications, which damp out pain by repressing the body’s natural inflammatory response to injury, PRP therapy in Dallas will result in a temporary inflammatory response to activate healing in the damaged tissue. During this time, most patients experience minimal discomfort and find that treatment with a mild analgesic is more than sufficient.

Are you interested in finding out if you’re a good candidate for PRP therapy for pain? Our Dallas patients have experienced amazing results with this revolutionary therapy. For more information or to schedule a consultation, call us at Texas Cell Institution at 972-668-9612 today!

Frequently Asked Question

    • What happens after I receive PRP treatment?

    • Is the procedure painful?

    • Who is not a good candidate for PRP?

    • Are you a good candidate for PRP therapy?

    • How does PRP work to heal musculoskeletal injury?

    • Why is PRP a treatment I should consider?

    • How long does PRP take to work?

    • Are there any risks associated with PRP treatment?

    • How is PRP administered?

    • How is PRP prepared?

    • What is PRP?

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