PRP Treatment in Bradenton, FL
Why Should You Get PRP Treatment in Bradenton?
Whether you’ve just heard about PRP treatments or you’ve been contemplating them for a while, you’ve probably still got quite a few questions you want answering.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is something we offer at our industry-leading chiropractic clinic, the Natural Healing Arts Medical Center. And this page is designed to answer all your questions about your PRP treatment.
What Is PRP Treatment?
Platelets are found in your blood and are proven to play an essential role in how your body heals and repairs itself. Our PRP injections contain a high number of these platelets (derived from your blood), helping to boost your body’s natural processes so it creates new vessels, better heals wounds and tissues, and regenerates and repairs bone.
A better quality of life – and one that’s pain-free.
Why Opt for this Type of Pain Treatment?
From arthritis to soft tissue injuries, we’re able to use PRP therapy to combat a wide range of ailments. And when teamed with our Nurse's revered experience, it offers you a natural, minimally-invasive solution to conditions that may previously have needed a cocktail of medication or surgery.
PRP injections leave minimal (if any) scars and require no recovery period – you can go to work straight afterward!
Patients only tend to note slight tenderness in the area we’ve administered the injection, which is easily controlled with mild pain medication and hot/cold compresses.
Plus, having PRP administered may help prevent ongoing deterioration, thus reducing how severe your arthritis is.
What Is PRP Therapy Used For?
The conditions PRP injections can be used for include, but aren’t limited to:
- Shoulder and Arm Pain: Caused by partial tears, tendonitis, rotator cuff tendinopathy, tennis or golfers elbow, osteoarthritis, and biceps tendonitis.
- Hip Pain: Triggered by tendonitis, sacroiliac joint pain, osteoarthritis, labral or hamstring tears, injury, and bursitis.
- Knee Pain: Arising from quadriceps muscle injuries, patellar tendinosis/tendonitis, osteoarthritis, muscle tears, ligament tears or sprains, and bursitis.
- Lower Leg and Foot Pain: Induced by shin splints, plantar fasciitis, peroneal tendonitis, partial tears, osteoarthritis, ankle sprains, and Achilles tendonitis.
PRP therapy may also be used for hair and skin rejuvenation and erectile dysfunction.
Enjoy the Pain-Free Life You Deserve
While the overall success of PRP injections are noted over time, you should start to feel the benefits after your very first session with us.
We’ll also put together a comprehensive treatment plan that helps aid your recovery. This may include physical therapy and at-home exercises you can do.