Metro Pain Centers: PRP Specialists and Pain Management Experts

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PRP Treatment to Promote Regenerative Tissue Repair at Metro Pain Centers

At Metro Pain Centers, we combine a number of treatments that can help manage your pain. From over-the-counter pain relievers, to physical therapy, to pain-blocking injections, we develop your treatment plan with both traditional and modern practices that can effectively manage your symptoms. This also can include newer treatments like PRP injections that, for many, can result in cell growth and tissue repair.

PRP therapy is one of the latest treatments used to improve cell growth and help you rebuild tissue that has been worn out or damaged with age, overuse, and injury. If used in the right conditions, PRP therapy can help regenerate tissue and replace older cells with newer, less inflamed tissue that can improve your mobility and your overall quality of life.

If you are experiencing pain, discomfort, and limited mobility due to musculoskeletal injuries or damaged soft tissues in areas like your neck, back, knees, and other areas, you may benefit from having PRP injections added into your treatment. Schedule an appointment with Metro Pain Centers to learn more about PRP injections and how it can help your condition.

What Are PRP Injections?

Platelet rich plasma is a processed by-product of your own blood that has the potential to promote regenerative cell repair. Your blood contains platelets, which are blood cells responsible for clotting, repairing damaged tissue, and other cell growth factors. PRP injections are processed by isolating your platelets and then injecting them into areas with damaged soft tissue, where research suggests it can trigger faster and more effective tissue repair.

PRP injections are made by your own blood. To make a PRP injection, a physician will extract some of your blood and place it in a centrifuge. This will separate the different cells in your blood, with your platelets remaining in the plasma. Your physician will isolate the platelets and then inject it into the area with tissue damage.

Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment

Platelet rich plasma injections have been used to treat joint injuries that have resulted in damaged joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons. It’s also used to treat joint pain and muscle pain caused by damaged soft tissue. Patients with arthritis may also benefit from PRP injections to help repair joints and surrounding tissue triggering pain.

At Metro Pain, our team explores all the latest techniques that show promising in helping manage pain. PRP injections may be a solution for some patients, especially combined into an effective treatment plan with other ways to manage other symptoms and pain triggers. PRP injections can take as little as 6 weeks up to 3 months before you see noticeable results, though some report moderate pain relief after just several injections.

Why Choosing the Right PRP Specialist Can Affect Treatment

Every patient that comes to Metro Pain Centers looking for ways to ease their pain has a unique situation. There’s no singular way to treat chronic pain, and our pain management experts can work with PRP specialists and other medical professionals to develop a treatment plan tailored to your condition.

Each Metro Pain Centers houses state-of-the-art facilities that can treat specific conditions and provide several outlets to manage pain. By getting PRP injections and the rest of your recommended treatment plan, you can improve your quality of life and minimize the effects your condition has from living your best life.

FAQs About PRP Injections

Q: Are PRP injections safe?

A: While there’s more research needed to learn more about its effectiveness, PRP therapy is low-risk and minimally invasive. Compared to other injections, the risk of an adverse reaction from PRP injections is low since the plasma injected was originally extracted from your own body.

Q: How long do PRP injections take?

A: The whole process of extracting blood, isolating the PRP, and injecting it into the area with damaged tissue can take around 30 minutes. Only minimal downtime or recovery period is necessary.

Q: How much is a PRP injection?

A: The cost of PRP injections for cell growth and tissue repair can range from $500 to $1,200 per treatment, depending on several factors like the area treated. Contact Metro Pain Centers to discuss more about PRP injections.

Get PRP Injections to Boost Your Tissue Growth at Metro Pain Centers

PRP injections can be a beneficial addition to your pain management plan. If you are experiencing pain caused by damaged joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, you may benefit from getting PRP injections to enhance cell growth and reduce pain while you recover from your injuries. Contact Metro Pain Centers today to schedule your initial consultation.

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