Heal Your Tissue and Stimulate Growth With PRP
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
Do you suffer from hip, knee, foot, ankle, tennis elbow, shoulder injuries or other joint pain?
We offer a minimally invasive procedure that stimulates the healing process in a diseased or damaged area of your body.
The result of the treatment is the natural stimulation of growth factors moving towards the treated area.
PRP Benefits Include, But Are Not Limited To:
Short Recovery Time
Targeted and Accelerated Healing
No Artificial Enhancement
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We use PRP for multiple different treatments including dry eyes and joint injections. Stop living in discomfort, give us a call.
Platelet-rich plasma for dry eyes
An estimated 4.66 million Americans are reported to experience the condition known as dry eye syndrome or DES.
Patients with DES often report that their eyes feel itchy, dry and even feel as though “they have rocks in them.” Some people with DES have a sensitivity to light and an inability to open their eyes wide enough to make eye contact.
PRP is comprised of the natural healing ingredients from your own blood. When processed properly, it becomes concentrated and has an amazing ability to treat dry eyes.
We create PRP drops in three simple steps:
The patient comes in and we draw a small amount of their blood which we refine to create a high concentration of growth factors, platelets and other healing ingredients.
We take these concentrated, naturally-produced ingredients and create a three month supply of eye drops in sterile containers. The PRP drops are created in less than one hour.
After paying a very reasonable fee, the patient takes the sterile containers home. The drops are stored in the freezer to keep them fresh and one weekly vial is kept refrigerated for use.
The patient’s own healing constituents are the ingredients that make the drops so effective. This is the most natural way to treat dry eye syndrome.
What Causes Dry Eyes?
Dry eyes can be caused by:
- Sleeping pills
- Medications to lower anxiety
- Wearing contact lenses
- Eye surgeries such as laser eye surgery
- Autoimmune diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis
How Do I Know If I Have Dry Eyes?
Our patients experience some of these symptoms:
- Gritty sensation in eyes
- Night driving problems
- Discomfort when wearing contacts
- Burning, itching or stinging sensations
- Light sensitivity
- Watery eyes that become completely dry
- Red and sore eyelids
- Mucus secretions from the eye
Can I use PRP for ELBOW/TENDINITIS?
Yes! Treatment of patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis with PRP reduces pain and increases function significantly, exceeding the effect of corticosteroid injection even after a follow-up of 2 years.
Where Can I Get PRP?
At Team Health Care Clinic, we can use Platelet Rich Plasma to treat many conditions.
We can use PRP for, but not limited to:
- KNEE PATELLAR TENDINITIS
- SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF
- TENDON/LIGAMENT INJURIES
- DRY EYES
- TENNIS ELBOW
How Much Does PRP Cost?
The cost of PRP can vary from patient to patient due to the many factors. Please schedule an appointment to discuss the cost of PRP.
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THCC is a Medicare/Medicaid provider. While federal laws do not allow us to market free services to recipients of these programs, recipients are eligible for covered services at THCC as allowed by these programs. Our office and staff are committed to providing all patients quality healthcare services delivered with dignity and concern; regardless of their race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability and religious or political beliefs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA*
Individual results may vary.