Breakthrough Treatment For Healthier And More Active Joints
This safe, natural procedure provides fast, lasting pain relief for patients suffering from chronic ligament, tendon or joint injuries. Due to its regenerative benefits, PRP works for people who may not have had success with other therapies, and often eliminates the need for surgery or more aggressive treatments in the future.
Benefits: Works best for chronic ligament, tendon or joint injuries that have failed other conservative treatment. Patients typically see a significant improvement in symptoms. This may eliminate the need for more aggressive treatments, such as surgery. Injuries such as tennis elbow, knee arthritis and hip ailments may benefit from this procedure.
Joint Pain Relief for the common issues associated with:
- Achilles tendinosis and plantar fasciitis
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Hamstring and hip strains
- Knee sprains and instability
- Knee, hip, and other joint osteoarthritis
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Shin splints
- Shoulder pain and instability
- Sports injuries
- Tennis and golfer’s elbow
How Vitally Renewed Orthopedic Works?
PRP is actually blood plasma containing a concentrated amount of platelets and other vital growth factors. The platelets are the most important part of this procedure, these are what contain growth factors and bioactive and signaling proteins. The bioactive, or healing proteins, are what begin to repair and regenerate tissue. This is especially effective in stimulating healing, as well as developing new blood vessels and acting as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. The signaling proteins actually call stem cells to the desired area to assist in the regeneration of your tissues.
For most patients, PRP offers an effective alternative treatment for those who do not wish to have surgery. An initial evaluation with our medical practitioner will determine if Vitally Renewed is a viable treatment option for you.
Patients can expect to see significant improvements in symptoms, elimination of the need for more traditional treatments such as medications, cortisone injections, or surgery, and a dramatic return of function.
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