PRP Treatment

Conveniently located to serve the areas of San Clemente and Orange County, CA

PRP Treatment Orange County, CA

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has increased in popularity over the past couple of decades due to its ability to trigger a healing response within damaged tissue. It has been used in various medical applications, including surgical wound healing, orthopedic joint injections, and cosmetic skin rejuvenation. PRP is made from a patient’s own blood through a centrifugation process that concentrates 3 to 5 times more platelets in a small amount of plasma, than in that of whole blood. These platelets, once activated, release growth factors and other bioactive molecules and proteins which can activate stem cells and improve cellular proliferation, differentiation, and regeneration which, in turn, contribute to accelerated healing and tissue growth.

Here at Personalized Regenerative Medicine, we use various platelet concentrates as a stand- alone treatment or an adjunctive therapy for conditions that affect the joints, tendons, muscles and even the skin and hair. If you are curious about this therapy, please feel free to contact us for information. We would love the opportunity to assist you in your pursuit of better health.

Treatments using PRP

  • Joint Injections
  • Muscle Injections
  • Tendon Injections
  • Cosmetic Skin Rejuvenation
  • Hair Restoration Therapy


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