PRP Therapy introduces platelets, growth factors and stem cells into areas of damage, and has shown great results in repair and pain relief!
Morristown, New Jersey (PRWEB) February 04, 2015
Premier Pain Management Centers of New Jersey is now offering revolutionary PRP therapy as a new service at all locations. Platelet rich plasma therapy has shown excellent results for repairing cartilage and soft tissue injury while also providing excellent pain relief. Call (844) 2NJ-PAIN for more information and scheduling with this newly added treatment.
Platelet rich plasma therapy, known as PRP for short, is a relatively new procedure in pain management that has become extremely popular due to the successful outcomes. The procedure is performed by the Board Certified New Jersey pain management doctors in Morristown, Nutley and Cedar Knolls. It involves a simple blood draw from the patient's arm, which is then spun rapidly for 10 minutes with the result being concentrated platelets and growth factors.
This is then injected into the area of concern at the same setting. PRP therapy has been shown in several studies to work well for hip and knee arthritis, tendinitis of the rotator cuff, elbow, knee and Achilles, along with ligament injuries. Athletes along with those having degenerative arthritis both can benefit exceptionally well with the resulting pain relief and ability to avoid potentially risky surgery.
Platelet which plasma therapy is truly on the cutting edge, as the material calls in the patient's own stem cells to help with repair and regeneration. Traditional pain management treatments do not typically help with repair, they only mask the pain.
In addition to PRP therapy, Premier Pain's doctors also offer several cutting edge procedures such as radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulator implants, several types of epidural injections and Botox injections for migraines.
For more information and scheduling with the top New Jersey pain management centers to discuss platelet rich plasma therapy, call (844) 2NJ-PAIN.