If you experience bothersome joint pain, swelling, or stiffness, turn to Valencia Medical Center in Valencia, California. Ahmad Ibrahim, DO, and the highly skilled medical team use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) joint injections to restore the function and feel of damaged joints. Schedule an evaluation by phone or online today to learn more about PRP joint injections.
PRP joint injections use a concentrated source of plasma from your blood to stimulate new cell growth and natural healing.
The Valencia Medical Center specialists process your blood using advanced, medical-grade concentration units, which can achieve up to nine times the capability of a basic bedside centrifuge.
The specialized PRP kits available at the practice provide more growth factors, cytokines, and other important proteins than many other units on the market, achieving optimal healing support. The kits are class II devices and approved by the FDA.
When injected into painful joints using ultrasound-guided imaging, PRP heals your joints and regenerates cells.
PRP joint injections help treat the following conditions:
PRP joint injections also help to treat ligament, tendon, and muscle injuries.
During PRP joint injections, you rest comfortably. Highly skilled physicians take a sample of your blood and processes it with a highly advanced, medical-grade centrifuge to separate the platelets.
This process produces gold-colored platelets, which contain growth factors and other important proteins that are 3-5 times more concentrated than bedside centrifuges used by many physicians.The process of producing advanced PRP at Valencia Medical Center is unlike most clinics that offer standard PRP. Distinct from other, our comprehensive interventional orthopedic treatment for musculoskeletal conditions is customizable and produces a highly concentrated platelet (HCP) count, averaging 6-9x higher platelet rich concentration.
Competitors only attain 1.5-3.5x the concentration, considered as platelet-poor plasma (PPP), which is created using a bedside centrifuge and leaves the patients with undesirable results.
Using ultrasound guidance, your provider then re-injects the PRP into painful or injured joint tissues, where it releases growth factors that promote healing. This process allows your specialist to place a needle into an optimal location using utmost precision. Without imaging guidance, freestyle injection techniques result in missing the target location.
To achieve optimal results, you might need multiple PRP joint injections spaced apart over time.
Schedule an appointment at Valencia Medical Center by phone or online today to take advantage of PRP joint injections.