Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP Therapy – for Facial Rejuvenation, Sexual Wellness, Musculoskeletal Injuries, and Other Life-enhancing Treatments! Now Available at HealthyBalanceMD of St. Louis
If you have come to this page, you have probably already heard about PRP therapy: platelet rich plasma. This combines the trend in holistic and natural treatments with highly advanced technology. Plasma accelerates our body’s natural healing process. This type of therapy has been used to heal ligament and tendon injuries, such as those suffered by athletes who need to heal quickly and get back in their game. It is even used to effectively treat tennis elbow.
As the beneficial effects of platelet rich plasma started to become apparent, new applications began to emerge. Our facility is one of the first in St. Louis to utilize PRP therapy to benefit our clients in a number of ways. You can think of PRP as a concentration of platelet cells that were extracted from your own blood. This concentration, which basically consists of plasma, is injected into various areas of the body, stimulating cell repair and regeneration in that area. As you can imagine, this can affect and be utilized in many areas of the body. No longer reserved for treating injuries, PRP therapy can be used to plump the skin and fill in wrinkles. It can be used for vaginal rejuvenation.
It can be used in sunken or dimpled areas of the body, including areas that may have been scarred by surgeries or previous injuries. We welcome your questions about this cutting edge new therapy that might be right for you. The procedure is brief and painless. At the most, you will experience some mild discomfort at the injection site, which is temporary. Hundreds of our clients have already experienced the benefits of PRP treatments and we are happy to share their testimonials upon request.
You may have heard of Platelet Rich Plasma therapy. It is swiftly becoming one of the most popular treatment methods to address a variety of health and cosmetic issues:
This is a leading edge procedure that allows our highly skilled doctors and technicians to harness the healing power of platelets – in our own blood! Use of platelets is not new. They have been used in medicine for healing of wounds and injuries for many years. How exactly do we put your platelets to work for you?
The PRP process is safe, and not painful. We simply draw a small vial of blood, then spin it in a unique centrifuge that actually separates the platelets from the rest of the blood. Now, we gather the highly concentrated platelets and inject them into the designated areas that need rejuvenation.
These platelets actually spur cell development, tissue growth and recovery. What’s old is made new! It truly is an anti-aging mini-miracle each time we refresh a patient’s body with plasma. Very quickly, you will see the results (one day to one week, depending on the areas undergoing treatment). Minimal swelling and redness may occur, but there is no pain and typically no discomfort.
Note that PRP therapy is utilized successfully with PRP sexual rejuvenation, as well as PRP Facelift for both women and men, see this page for more info.
Our medical doctors and the entire team at our center welcome every inquiry and question. It is our desire to fully inform our clients regarding their options and the treatments that we provide. Your overall well-being is of the utmost importance to us. We look forward to hearing from you.
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