Regenerative medicine, including platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, is fast gaining favor in many medical circles for its ability to heal and regenerate tissue on a cellular level. Celebrities use PRP for a variety of injuries to accelerate healing and also for collagen induction to reduce signs of aging. At Qvita Health & Wellness, Peggy Demetriou, ARNP, FNP-BC, offers regenerative therapies that help patients with beleaguered joints and tendons, as well as cosmetic concerns. For more information, call the Wesley Chapel, Florida, practice or fill out the online form to book an appointment.
Regenerative therapy taps your body’s own incredible healing resources to promote regeneration of soft tissue, which can help with inflammatory and degenerative conditions, such as:
For regenerative medicine, Qvita Health & Wellness uses Amniox Medical’s Clarix FLO®, which is a tissue-based therapy that uses the restorative properties of the umbilical cord. When the human body creates a new life, it’s teeming with biological forces in the amniotic tissue that help with fetal development. Unlike any other tissue in your body, the tissue in the umbilical cord has regenerative properties that promote healing without evidence of scarring or damage.
The Clarix FLO injection introduces these forces into your body to help heal damaged and inflamed tissue and promote new tissue growth from the ground up, without developing scar tissue in the process.
Your blood contains four ingredients:
Your platelets are largely responsible for clotting, but they also contain hundreds of growth factors, or proteins, that promote regeneration and healing.
Qvita Health & Wellness uses DrPRP® to create a concentrate of platelets from your own blood using a special centrifuge. Once the platelets are isolated, they’re mixed back in with your plasma and re-injected into areas where your soft tissue can use a healing or regenerative boost. The platelets release growth factors that signal your body to send in additional resources to help rebuild and repair the tissue.
PRP therapy has enjoyed great success in the orthopedic world, helping patients with soft tissue injuries heal more quickly. On the cosmetic side, PRP is becoming a popular therapy for turning back the forces of aging in damaged skin since it encourages new growth at a cellular level. Not only does this help with overall aging skin, but it’s also particularly useful for:
When combined with microneedling, PRP can produce dramatic anti-aging results.
The team at Qvita Health & Wellness also use PRP therapy to promote new hair growth.
To learn more about PRP and regenerative therapies, call Qvita Health to schedule an appointment today.
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