Regenerative Therapy

Regenerative Therapy

blood testing

What is PRP?

PRP is enriched plasma from your own Blood. Platelet Rich Plasma that contains a higher concentration of platelets than typically found in blood. It also contains growth factors that support healing of damaged tissue and degenerative diseases.

PRP Procedure

AA sample of your blood is drawn and centrifuged to concentrate platelets. The plasma is injected into the affected area in order to decrease inflammation and repair tissue damage. Not all PRP is created equal. There are a number of variables that produce a better sample and more effective results.

Why PRP?

PRP provides a non-surgical approach to help the repair of damaged tissue and joints. It has orthopedic, aesthetic, hair loss and ED applications.

What is Wharton's Jelly?

Wharton’s Jelly is a structural connective tissue allograft intended for homologous use to replace or supplement missing or damaged tissue directly at the site of a structural defect. Wharton’s Jelly is processed to preserve the structural integrity and original characteristics of the connective tissue relating to its utility to supplement missing or damaged tissue in the recipient.

Why Wharton's Jelly?

Wharton’s Jelly has a high anti-inflammatory property due to its large concentration of growth factors and cytokines.

Benefits of Wharton's Jelly

Wharton’s Jelly contains high levels of hyaluronic acid which assists in lubricating, supporting and aiding mobility in joints and tendons.