Celleni PRP is being used extensively as a treatment modality in veterinary medicine for orthopedic injuries, stomatitis, refractory corneal ulcers, wound healing and more. By using the animal’s own natural healing capabilities, Cellenis PRP provides a viable alternative or adjunct treatment for many animals facing surgery due to injury or chronic pain.
How to perform the Cellenis PRP procedure?
A sample of blood is drawn from the animal and spun in a special centrifuge to separate the plasma and platelets from the red blood cells and most of the white blood cells. The plasma is then concentrated so it contains higher-than-normal blood levels of platelets. It’s ready for injection into the site of injury.
Usually, Cellenis PRP is often preformed as a series of one to three injections with a two-three week time span between injections.
- Pain Management
- Tendon and ligament injuries
- Hard to heal wounds
- Damaged Cartilage
- Corneal ulcers