When used for post-surgical healing, PRP is typically applied topically or injected directly into the surgical site. The concentrated platelets release growth factors that promote tissue regeneration, increase blood flow, and stimulate collagen production. This can lead to faster wound healing, reduced inflammation, and improved scar formation.
The PRP is injected directly into the injured area, such as a damaged tendon, ligament, muscle, or joint, or applied during a surgical procedure. The growth factors in PRP stimulate the body's natural healing response, promoting tissue repair, reducing inflammation, and enhancing the formation of new collagen and blood vessels. This regenerative process can help accelerate recovery and improve the overall healing outcome in musculoskeletal injuries.
When used for osteoarthritis, the PRP injection delivers a high concentration of growth factors and bioactive substances to the damaged joint. These growth factors can stimulate tissue repair and modulate the inflammatory response in the joint, potentially providing pain relief and improving joint function.
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