• Adam Whatley

History of Platelet-Rich Plasma. Dynamic Regenerative Medicine

PRP uses natural “growth factors” and stem cells to enhance and boost healing of damaged tissues and has been used in medical practice since at least the early 1900s. It was Stanford University who was one of the first major institutions to publish findings from studies indicating the effectiveness of PRP for common unresponsive injuries. Since then, many athletes have benefitted from the benefits of PRP treatment, commonly receiving PRP treatment for knee ligament injuries and many other conditions.  Today PRP Treatment and prolotherapy are thankfully more affordable and effective than first. Devices have become more portable, and there are now several available models that allow physicians to create PRP injections from small samples of a patient’s own blood in many different office settings.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment is commonly used in practice with Dynamic Osteopaths in Solihull. Find out more on how Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment can help you.

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