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Perfect PRP for joint pain and arthritis

Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP also called Perfect PRP is a natural remedy for joint pains, injuries, wear & tear & Arthritis where your own blood’s platelets are administered to the problem area to trigger & expedite healing process.

The Procedure

PRP injections are prepared by drawing your own blood and running it through a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets. These activated platelets are then injected directly into your injured or diseased body tissue. This releases growth factors that stimulate and increase the number of reparative cells your body produces.

What does Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP treat?

Acute Injuries: Athletes and others who suffered a recent injury to the muscles or ligaments. These could include a muscle strain or sprain such as a pulled hamstring.

Tendon Injuries: The thick bands of soft tissue that connect the muscle to bone have shown some of the most success for Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP. This includes those with tennis elbow, Achilles tendinitis, and rotator cuff tendinitis.

Postsurgical Repair: When a tendon or ligament is so damaged it needs surgical repair, we can use Perfect PRP during surgery to speed up the healing process. In addition, PRP can decrease scar formation by healing the wound faster.

Knee Arthritis: When the cartilage on the ends of bones starts to wear away, it creates a painful condition where joints lose their strength. This is especially true for the knees which tend to bear a lot of the body’s movements. Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP will reduce pain and physical functioning than a placebo.

Bone Grafts: Sometimes a piece of bone is needed to fill the space to help other bones fuse together. Incorporating PRP into a bone graft procedure can accelerate the healing process. The growth factors in platelets improve graft adhesion and minimize movements allowing for a more successful bone graft.

Joint pain can have a variety of causes, such as overuse, an injury, or medical conditions like arthritis. Whether it’s mild or severe, joint pain can interfere with your day and restrict movement.

Joint pain causes

The most common causes of joint pain include:

  • Arthritis
  • Sports injury
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Overuse
  • Gout

Arthritis does its damage by breaking down cartilage, the tissue that helps cushion your joints, leading to friction and pain when bones rub together. Arthritis can also cause inflammation in your joint lining.



Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP (Perfect PRP) Injections promote new cartilage development

PRP can help your body recover from tissue damage more quickly. It uses blood platelets from your own body to promote natural healing. You probably first heard about platelets for their ability to get your blood to clot when you have a cut in your skin. But did you know that they also release proteins called growth factors that help rebuild injured tissue?

PRP injections contain a higher concentration of platelets and growth factors than naturally occurs in your blood. Our Lead Specialist takes a sample of your blood and separates the platelets. Then we inject the platelet-enriched solution into your affected joint, and tissue repair gets a boost.

Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP (Perfect PRP) Injections also lessen inflammation and improve joint function

Besides rebuilding damaged tissue, PRP injections also reduce inflammation and pain, and stimulate joint lubrication. This lubrication eases joints’ stiffness and restores more of their overall function.

How to lessen joint pain

Whether your joint pain is from arthritis, a sports injury, or one of the many other possible causes, you can find relief from PRP treatment. Once we find the cause, we start building your PRP treatment plan. Your joint health might improve with only one PRP injection. But if your pain is from a degenerative condition like arthritis, additional injections can slow the progression.

Safe, effective results from Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP

PRP not only relieves pain and eases inflammation, bringing you relief, its characteristics help to prevent arthritis from worsening. It’s a safe, effective treatment that provides lasting results and improves your ability to function and do the things you enjoy.

Patients notice initial improvement quite quickly and gradual, continued improvement as the healing process continues.

Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP (Perfect PRP) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Perfect PRP/Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation?

Put simply, PRP is a blood sample with a higher concentration of platelets. We obtain PRP from your blood. Blood is centrifuged so the heavier cells, such as white and red cells, move to the bottom. The top part of the sample contains plasma with a high concentration of platelets. These platelet cells have a high concentration of growth factors, communicating with other cells in the joint or tendon to reduce inflammation.

Does Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP work?

Yes, but not for all joint and tendon conditions.

PRP is effective for the following musculoskeletal conditions:

  • Knee arthritis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Gluteus medius tendonits or greater trochanteric syndrome
  • In addition, there is increasing evidence that PRP is better than cortisone for rotator cuff tendonitis


Is the Perfect PRP injection safe?

Yes. Given we are using your blood, there is little chance of a severe adverse effect. The risk of infection is much less than with other injectables, such as hyaluronic acid or cortisone.

How long does Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP take to work?

Generally, we think that PRP takes 4-6 weeks to start working. In addition, we recommend more than one injection – usually 2-3 injections every 2-4 weeks.

What does the PRP in Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation do?

PRP contains over 30 bio-active proteins that contribute to tissue growth and healing. When PRP is injected at the injury site, it reduces inflammation, enhances cellular growth, and prompts healing in bone and soft tissue. Essentially, PRP activates your body’s natural healing process, but the effect is amplified. Chronic pain that continues after an injury should have healed is often the result of a stalled healing process. PRP can reactivate the body’s healing cycle and complete the process. When it’s used for recent injuries, PRP can reduce healing time.

How many times will I need to be treated?

After the initial three-shot regimen, we recommend a yearly booster. Some people, such as athletes, may need a booster more often. This has to do with activity level and the amount of strain on the injury while it is healing. If you have an injury that can fully heal (as opposed to a chronic condition like arthritis), you won’t need boosters after your injury has finished healing. Our goal is to get patients who can achieve full healing to the point where they no longer need treatment. Chronic pain patients will need to get a yearly booster. Some individuals may need the booster more or less often, depending on how their body responds.

What are the side effects of Joint & Tissue Rejuvenation with PRP?

Since you are receiving your own plasma back, you won’t have any side effects from the substance itself. The process of any injection always comes with a slight risk of bleeding or infection.