PRP Treatment in Alabama

Super-concentrated platelets facilitate the speedy recovery of degenerated tissues. We use the most advanced, pure and concentrated form of platelet rich plasma obtained from your own blood, to ensure the best possible results in terms of healing.

  • ACL injuries
  • Ankle sprains
  • Back and neck injuries
  • Chronic plantar fasciitis
  • Ligament sprains
  • Osteoarthritis of the knee, shoulder, hip, and spine
  • Pelvic pain and instability
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Tendinitis
  • Tennis elbow

Facts & Information About PRP

At Regenerative Medicine of Alabama Therapy, our platelet rich plasma procedures feature extensively higher concentrations of blood platelets to make sure that the injury and degeneration in a quick and effective manner. Our PRP therapy procedures generate the best possible patient outcomes and fewer inflammatory side effects because of the purity of the PRP concentrate. The cost of PRP treatment would vary according to the nature or treatment required.

How Does PRP Work?

  1. The first response of the body towards a soft tissue injury is to transport platelets to the injured area.
  2. Full of growth and healing factors, platelets start repairing and regenerating the damaged area.
  3. The natural healing process of PRP accelerates the body’s efforts by transporting a higher concentration of platelets directly into the site of injury.
  4. To create PRP, we draw a small sample of your blood (just like a lab test sample) and place the sample in a centrifuge that spins the blood at high speeds, to separate the platelets from the other blood components. This produces higher concentrations of platelets along with the beneficial blood components in a much more pure concentration.
  5. The PRP concentrate is injected immediately inside as well as around the injury site, giving a strong boost to the healing process.
  6. Since the blood used is your own, there is no risk of getting a contagious infection and the risk of allergic reaction is low.

What is the Duration of the Procedure?

The procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes. PRP therapy can provide pain relief with no risk associated with surgery, no need for general anesthesia, prolonged recovery or hospital stays. In most cases, patients resume their routine activities immediately after the procedure.

What Should be the Frequency of the Procedure?

Your physician will determine how many times you should get the procedure done. The doctor may give up to 3 injections within a time frame of 6 months. However, most patients experience significant to full pain relief after having one or two injections.

Possible Conditions Treated by PRP Therapy

Have you been diagnosed with one the following?


Tendinitis & bursitis


Hip arthritis


Knee arthritis




SI joint dysfunction

What Are the Anticipated Outcomes?

Since the aim of PRP treatment is to relieve pain via natural healing, it can turn out to have lasting outcomes. Patients may experience initial improvement within first few weeks of getting the injection, with gradual progress as the healing continues. Clinical practice and research studies show that PRP therapy is very effective for pain relief and complete recovery towards a normal life. MRI imaging and ultrasound have confirmed definitive results in terms of tissue repair after PRP therapy. In fact, it can reduce the need of surgery to a great deal.

Are You A Candidate for PRP Therapy?

Struggling with acute or chronic pain is an excruciating process and finding relief can be difficult. We are here for you. Our highly practiced PRP doctors can make an accurate diagnosis for your pain condition and the PRP procedure may be the best treatment choice for you. Bring an end to allowing pain to run your life and start by checking if you’re a candidate now!

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