PRP relies on platelets (cell fragments found in blood) and white blood cells to heal and repair injuries. This combination can enhance the body’s natural ability to heal, reduce inflammation in tendons and joints, and accelerate the repair of damaged tendons and ligaments.BMAC (bone marrow aspirate stem cell concentrate)
PRP is usually given as injections. Blood is taken from the patient and processed in a centrifuge, which separates blood into different parts according to their density. The platelets are separated into blood serum (plasma), and some of the white and red blood cells may be removed. This process concentrates the platelets into PRP.
is a component of your bone marrow that contains growth factors and anti-inflammatory proteins which have been shown to promote bone and soft tissue healing, as well as reduce symptoms of pain related to injuries, tendinitis and arthritis.