PRP gel contains plasma-derived protein, or growth factors, naturally found in our blood, only at a much higher level. These growth factors carry anti-inflammatory properties, and when injected at the wound site, interact with our body to stimulate the natural healing process. After using PRP—also known as platelet-rich plasma—patients experience a rapid rate of cell growth and repair to the damaged tissues. It does seem to quicken the healing process and result in a much faster recovery. In addition, there are few known side effects to this state-of-the-art treatment.
If you have tried other treatment methods to no avail, ask the experts at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists about PRP gel. This innovative approach could be the answer. Call (512) 328-8900 to make an appointment with Dr. Craig H. Thomajan DPM, FACFAS or Dr. Shine John DPM, FACFAS. You can also learn more online, or by visiting us at our Austin TX location.
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