Plasmolifting PRP Tubes
This method has many names, thrombocytotherapy, plasmalifting and others, somewhat different from each other, but at its core, it is a method based on the treatment of diseases with its own blood plasma, which is enriched with platelets. We can say that this procedure came to traumatology and orthopedics from cosmetology, where it is widely used for rejuvenation, treatment of age-related changes and so on.
Our website offers, among other things, the so-called Gel PRP Tubes for the production of platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
In our specialty, this method is used to treat various inflammatory diseases of the musculoskeletal system, joint diseases - arthrosis, inflammation of the ligamentous apparatus - tendinitis, tenosynovitis and various enthesopathies - heel spur, plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis, and is also used to treat common achillobursitis. T
Also, this technique is used to accelerate the recovery and healing of traumatic injuries — ruptures and sprains of ligaments, tendons and muscles. Using PRP therapy, it is possible to reduce the recovery time after injuries, in athletes and people actively involved in sports.
The growth factors present in the plasma contribute to the rapid recovery of tissues damaged as a result of trauma, stop the acute inflammatory process and accelerate the regeneration processes.
A patient who has applied for this procedure has blood taken from a vein, directly in the clinic, into a special test tube that allows dividing blood components into fractions, usually from 10 ml or more, depending on the size of the injury zone or the number of joints that need therapy. On a special centrifuge, the process of isolating the necessary components takes place, which are then injected by the doctor directly into the area of damaged tissues or into the joint cavity, using an anesthetic if necessary. The number of procedures required for therapy varies depending on the diagnosis and the area of damage, usually these are 3-4 procedures that are performed once every 7-10 days.