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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection and Therapy in The Villages

In recent times, doctors have learned that the body has the natural ability to heal. Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic provides platelet-rich plasma injection in The Villages which is an affordable treatment for several orthopedic problems.

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What is a Platelet Rich Plasma Injection?

After PRP, the solution is injected into the desired area, for example, an injured knee. In a few cases, the doctor may also ultrasound to inject the PRP. The main goal of platelet-rich plasma injections is to enhance the growth factor in the target area to speed up the healing process. The PRP injections help treat a patient’s musculoskeletal problems by using his/her healing system.

What is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is a type of regenerative medicine that uses injections of a patient’s own platelet to accelerate the healing process in the body. There are two elements present in PRP therapy: plasma, and platelets. Platelets are a type of blood cell that contains growth factor proteins that are responsible to stimulate cell reproduction and accelerate the healing process in the treated area. Additionally, PRP contains five to ten times more growth factors than normal blood.

The process to create PRP

  1. Blood Collection: The process begins with the doctor collecting a blood sample from the patient, typically from a vein in the arm.

  2. Preparation of Centrifuge: The collected blood sample is then transferred into specialized tubes suitable for centrifugation. These tubes are designed to separate blood components efficiently.

  3. Centrifugation: The tubes containing the blood sample are placed into a centrifuge machine. The machine spins the tubes at high speeds, causing the blood components to separate based on their density.

  4. Separation of Components: As the centrifuge spins, the heavier components of the blood, such as red blood cells, settle at the bottom of the tube. Meanwhile, the lighter components, including plasma and platelets, rise to the top.

  5. Extraction of PRP: The layer of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), situated between the red blood cells at the bottom and the plasma at the top, is carefully extracted from the tube using specialized tools.

  6. Processing for Use: Once the PRP is extracted, it may undergo further processing depending on its intended application. This may involve concentration or activation methods to enhance its therapeutic properties.

  7. Application: The prepared PRP is then ready for use in medical procedures. It can be injected directly into the treatment site or applied topically, depending on the specific medical or cosmetic purpose.

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The Problems That Can Be Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is used to treat many conditions. It includes:


Platelet-rich plasma injections are beneficial in improving the stiffness and pain caused by osteoarthritis. They can also help to reduce inflammation and allow joints to move.

Spinal Stenosis

It is a condition that decreases the spaces in your spine and enhances pressure on chords and nerves. Mostly, spinal stenosis occurs in the neck and lower back. This condition can treat with the help of PRP therapy.

Chronic lower back pain

PRP therapy is used to treat chronic lower back pain. For this, a doctor can apply local anesthetics for numbing the target area and then inject the PRP solution.

Achilles Tendinosis

Achilles tendinosis is a medical disorder that causes discomfort and swelling in the Achilles tendon. Inflammation and degradation are the primary causes. By infusing the Achilles tendon with growth factors, PRP therapy can cure Achilles tendinosis and initiate the healing process.

Tendon, Ligament, and joint injuries

PRP therapy serves to treat several injuries. For instance, a jumper’s knee or tennis elbow can be treated with the help of PRP injections. These injections can help to initiate the healing process and reduce pain. Know about how good is PRP for tendon injuries?

Rotator Cuff Tear

Rotator cuff tears are another condition that is effectively treated by PRP therapy.

Why Choose Legacy Clinic for Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy in The Villages?

Legacy Clinic provides Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy to treat musculoskeletal conditions in The Villages. Our professionals provide PRP therapy, which produces excellent outcomes. Are you suffering from any kind of musculoskeletal condition? Call us at 352-259-0024 to schedule your free PRP consultation.

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