PRP «Platelet Rich Plasma» means «Platelet-enriched plasma». Platelets are cell particles that play a role in blood clotting. Platelets initiate the initial recovery of the wound, which is influenced by growth factors. It is already known that these growth factors rejuvenate and rejuvenate the skin. For this reason, it is used in many areas such as anti-aging, stain treatment, hair loss.
How is the PRP procedure applied?
A small amount of blood is taken from the patient. In sterile and specialized kits, centrifugation produces approximately 7 to 10 times more platelet-rich plasma than normal blood. The plasma obtained from the patient is then injected into the person using small-cap needles. The main areas of application are the face and scalp, as well as the neck and arms.
In what cases is PRP implemented?
-Achieve a radiant and healthy look on the skin;
-Reduce the signs of aging;
-Healing of existing scars and wounds;
-Acne (acne) scars;
-Strias (skin cracks), etc. In the treatment
There are no side effects to the PRP procedure, only redness may occur when the procedure is first performed. These usually pass within 1-2 days.
In addition, the PRP procedure is also used for knee joint pain. PRP treatment is not a painkiller, but a method aimed at treating the disease.
Tips for the PRP procedure for the knee joint:
-If there is a problem with squatting or standing on the knees,
-If there is a seizure, locking during some movements on the knees,
-If you have pain in the knee joints while walking, descending and ascending stairs,
-If you have difficulty sitting on your knees,
-Sometimes the knees are swollen