How does Tropocells PRP Therapy help with pain management?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is an innovative therapy in the field of regenerative biologics, a field dedicated to discovering and perfecting treatment options to harness your body’s own power to heal itself. PRP utilizes your body’s ability to heal itself naturally through harvesting platelets and injecting them into the damaged site. Platelets are small disk-shaped cells within your blood that contain natural growth factors, proteins, and cytokines to stimulate the healing of bone and soft tissues.
Platelets serve several valuable functions such as decreasing inflammation, stimulating cell growth, and attracting stem cells to the damaged tissue. When the platelets are injected into the joint, they lyse (break) and release growth factors, cytokines, and other healing proteins into the affected joint, stimulating your body’s natural healing process.
- PRP Therapy’s natural healing process intensifies the body’s efforts to heal itself by delivering a higher concentration of platelets
- Tropocells® PRP’s effective separation of platelets and anabolic monocytes from the undersired catabolic granulocytes and erythrocytes, ensures an ideal PRP for optimal pain relief
- Tropocells® PRP’s simple and easy ability to increase the platelet count to 1 million per microlitre, maximises the healing response
- Injecting this high platelet concentration into and around the point of injury, jump starts and significantly strengthens the body’s natural healing response.
Injuries and Pain Management
- Tropocells® PRP used on soft tissues, muscles or arthritic joints, usually works more quickly than on tendons. Symptoms should start to improve between one and three months after the first therapy session. If no significant difference at the three month mark, a second injection is usually recommended and usually resolves the issue for most people.
- Results should continue to improve for six to nine months until fully healed (if the pain is the result of a strain or injury). Healing will be complete and permanent
- Arthritis pain may need occasional treatments to maintain results. Treatments can restore joints to a healthy function and relieve pain for long periods. PRP however, even one of such high quality as Tropocells® PRP, cannot actually stop conditions such as osteoarthritis.