Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) & Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix (PRFM)

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) & Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix (PRFM)

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Our Services

PRP joint injection

Joint Injection

$350/joint or 3/$900

Discover the transformative potential of your body’s natural healing mechanisms with PRP Injections, tailored to promote overall well-being and revitalized function.

o-shot lily


$1200 or 3/$2,990

The O-Shot® is a non-surgical treatment that pledges to increase sexual arousal and rejuvenate the vagina. Patients report stronger and more frequent orgasms, increased natural lubrication, and greater arousal after having the procedure.

Injection near temple of face of reclined woman

Hair Restoration

PRP heals injuries faster, encourages growth factors, and also increases levels of collagen and stem cells—these are naturally produced in the body to keep you looking young and fresh. In this case, those growth factors are used to help regrow thinning hair.

How it Works

How do PRP/PRFM Injections Work?

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that harnesses and amplifies the natural growth factors found in our blood cells to help heal damaged tissue. The activation of the concentrated platelets in platelet-rich plasma releases growth factors that stimulate and increase the number of reparative cells your body produces. This significantly enhances the body’s natural healing process.

How Long Does the Procedure Take?

The entire procedure takes about 30-60 minutes to perform.

How Many Treatments are Needed?

The number of treatments needed depends on each individual patient, the desired outcome, and your provider’s treatment plan.

Is the Treatment Painful?

There may be some temporary discomfort during the injections. Like all injection procedures, one can experience occasional redness and bruising immediately following the treatment.

The Process

During a short office visit, a small amount of a patient’s own blood is drawn into a vacuum collection tube containing a cell separator gel.

The tube is then placed into a centrifuge and spun for six minutes to separate the blood into a supernatant plasma platelet suspension.

The red and white blood cells are located below the cell separator gel.

The platelets and plasma are then transferred in a closed system to a second vacuum tube containing a small amount of calcium chloride solution.

Fibrin polymerization begins and the PRP remains liquid for approximately 10 minutes before forming PRFM.

The patient’s own PRFM is ready for use as deemed appropriate by the provider.