Harnessing Bloods Healing

PRP injections may speed recovery from an injury, but evidence supporting them is limited, and they dont replace conventional treatments.

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If youve ever had an injury involving swelling, youve seen firsthand how blood flows to the injury site to promote healing. Your bloods own natural healing capabilities form the basis of regenerative injection therapy, specifically platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. In these treatments, a sample of blood is removed, its healing properties are concentrated, and then its injected back into an injury site to hasten recovery.
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