Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a safe, non-surgical injection therapy that helps relieve pain and inflammation of musculo-skeletal connective tissue (tendons, ligaments, cartilage). PRP uses the healing properties of the patients’ own blood (platelets and plasma), which contain huge doses of bioactive proteins, such as Prolozone provides rapid relief to many patients. A noticeable decrease in pain typically occurs within three to seven days. If there is still pain after this timeframe, additional injections may be needed.
How Many Prolozone Treatments Are Recommended?
The response to Prolozone Therapy varies from person to person. Most people need three to six treatments per area to achieve the best results. The injections are repeated every four to six weeks until maximum improvement is reached.
How Long Does Prolozone Last?
Results depend on the severity of the injury and how your unique body responds to the treatment. Prolozone injections can lead to significant pain reduction, and for some patients, the treatment permanently reverses chronic pain. Depending on the degree of degeneration, some patients may be treated as needed.