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PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a relatively new treatment designed to aid in the healing and regeneration of soft tissues such as tendons and ligaments.  In PRP treatment the patient’s own blood is taken with a simple blood draw. Using a special centrifuge machine this blood is spun down to separate out and concentrate the platelets and growth factors that are essential for tissue healing.  This small amount of fluid with concentrated platelets and growth factors is called platelet rich plasma (PRP).  Nothing else is added to the patient’s own blood products so there is no risk of allergy, reaction or rejection.  PRP therapy is a purely natural process using the body’s own healing factors.    It’s been used to enhance the healing response of patients spanning across a vast array of fields and specialties, including medical, dental, orthopedics, aesthetic enhancement, as well as dermatology.
PRP has been shown to help expedite the healing process post-injury, acute muscle strains, muscle-facial injuries in addition to its dermatological applications.

BMA (Bone Marrow Aspiration)

How does BMC therapy work?
While similar to Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) in its ability to harness the body's ability to heal itself through the aid of growth factors, BMC also utilizes regenerative cells that are contained within a patient's own bone marrow. The marrow contains a rich reservoir of "pluripotent" cells that can be withdrawn from the patient's hip bone and used for the procedure. Unlike other cells of the body, these cells are "undifferentiated", meaning they are able to replicate themselves into various types of tissue.

​BMC therapy is a promising non-surgical regenerative treatment used to treat various orthopedic injuries, including moderate to severe osteoarthritis and tendon injures. BMC is a concentrate of regenerative cells obtained from a patient's own bone marrow. The physician removes a small amount of the patient's bone marrow and spins it in a centrifuge in order to generate a powerful concentrate that is injected into the injured area. With recent medical advancements, the cells can be easily obtained and the procedure can be done with minimal discomfort by a simple office procedure.