Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment is a cutting-edge regenerative therapy that leverages the natural healing properties of your own blood. By isolating and concentrating platelets and growth factors, PRP Treatment enhances the body’s innate repair mechanisms, fostering tissue regeneration and recovery. This non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure is becoming increasingly popular for its ability to expedite healing and improve outcomes in foot and ankle care at The Foot & Ankle Clinic.

Who Can Benefit from PRP Treatment?

PRP Treatment at The Foot & Ankle Clinic is designed for a diverse range of patients dealing with foot and ankle problems, such as:

  • Athletes and Active Individuals: Accelerates recovery from sports-related injuries.
  • Chronic Pain Sufferers: Provides relief for persistent foot and ankle pain.
  • Tendonitis and Tendinosis Patients: Eases inflammation and promotes healing.
  • Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis: Reduces pain and facilitates repair.
  • Ligament Injuries: Aids in the recovery of sprains and strains.
  • Osteoarthritis Patients: Alleviates symptoms of degenerative joint conditions.
  • Post-Surgical Recovery: Enhances healing post-surgery.
  • Natural Treatment Seekers: Offers a non-surgical alternative to conventional therapies.
  • Minimally Invasive Preference: Ideal for those seeking treatments with minimal downtime.
  • Therapy-Resistant Patients: Beneficial for those who haven’t found success with other treatments.

What to Expect During a PRP Treatment Session

At The Foot & Ankle Clinic, a PRP Treatment session begins with a small blood draw from the patient. This sample is processed in a specialized centrifuge to concentrate the platelets and growth factors. The prepared PRP is then injected into the affected foot or ankle area, using advanced imaging techniques for precise delivery. This in-office procedure is typically well-tolerated, causing minimal discomfort.

In order for PRP to be effective for the knees and hips, we need a 60cc blood draw to yield about 9.0-14.4 billion platelets. Foot and ankle areas need about 30cc blood draw to yield approximately 4.5-7.2 billion platelets. The blood draw should go through a double-spin centrifuge process for increased concentrated platelet counts

Conditions Treated by PRP Treatment

PRP Treatment at The Foot & Ankle Clinic has shown effectiveness in addressing a variety of foot and ankle conditions, including:

  • Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain: Alleviates chronic pain and promotes tissue repair.
  • Achilles Tendonitis and Tendinosis: Reduces inflammation and supports tendon healing.
  • Ligament Sprains and Strains: Enhances recovery from injuries.
  • Chronic Foot and Ankle Pain: Provides long-lasting pain relief.
  • Osteoarthritis: Improves joint function and reduces symptoms.
  • Sports Injuries: Accelerates recovery from athletic injuries.
  • Tendon Injuries and Inflammation: Facilitates the healing of damaged tendons.
  • Cartilage Defects: Supports the repair of cartilage damage.
  • Non-Healing Wounds: Promotes wound healing.
  • Surgical Site Recovery: Enhances post-operative healing processes.

Why Choose PRP Treatment at The Foot & Ankle Clinic?

By targeting the root causes of foot and ankle conditions, PRP Treatment offers sustainable relief and supports natural healing, minimizing the need for invasive procedures or extended recovery times. The Foot & Ankle Clinic is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care, ensuring that each patient receives a personalized treatment plan tailored to their specific needs. Experience the benefits of advanced regenerative therapy and step confidently towards a pain-free life with The Foot & Ankle Clinic’s PRP Treatment. Contact us today!

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