How Can PRP Therapy Improve Joint Function?
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy is a modern technique that utilizes your body’s regenerative powers to help you feel and perform better. One major component of PRP is a concentration of platelets, which accelerate the biological recovery response. And by leveraging the potent power of platelets and other nourishing substances, such as healing factors, Dr. Michael Wolff can help relieve daily aches and mobility issues while improving joint function.
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What are some of the advantages of PRP therapy?
Countless individuals struggle with joint problems that keep them from being their productive best. And this daily discomfort, whether caused by injuries, repetitive movements, illnesses, or genetic issues, can quickly prove exasperating. It can make it unnecessarily challenging to concentrate at school, be productive at work, keep up with health initiatives, or enjoy your favorite hobbies. And in addition to daily aches and pains, many individuals struggle with joint function, reduced range of motion, and compromised mobility.
Fortunately, our PRP-based therapeutic strategies can provide a game-changing wellness option in Scottsdale. PRP therapy involves a quick, safe, minimally invasive procedure that won’t require downtime. After all, the point is to get you back to optimal function rather than sidelining you even further, as other treatments may do. This drug-free modality also minimizes the risk of side effects while focusing on the root cause of your functional issues.
How can PRP improve joint function?
Other benefits abound, including a potentially significant reduction of swelling and inflammation, which are essential factors that impact proper joint function. And by spurring the repair of cartilage and other connective tissues, patients can enjoy long-lasting, life-boosting effects.
The procedure begins with drawing a small amount of your blood, then purifying it in a state-of-the-art centrifuge. The concentrated, purified, platelet-rich plasma (plasma is the liquid portion of blood) is then injected into the targeted area. It travels deep into the cells to stimulate the body’s innate recovery and cellular response. So, it’s no surprise that many patients notice dramatic improvements in joint function, along with reduced pain and inflammation, since PRP kickstarts a remodeling of the deep-down tissues.
Improve joint function and decrease pain and inflammation with PRP
PRP is a multifunctional therapy that targets the leading causes of many people’s daily woes and can inspire profound tissue remodeling. This accelerated recovery can boost your functionality and productivity so you can enjoy an improved standard of living in Scottsdale, AZ. And as always, Dr. Michael Wolff is excited to discuss the many benefits of PRP. So please don’t hesitate to get in touch today and schedule a consultation at Southwest Spine & Sports if you’re hampered by pain or hindered by joint functional or mobility issues.