Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, is a form of regenerative medicine that uses the patient’s own platelets to heal damaged joints, muscles, and other tissues. PRP therapy helps manage your pain by reducing inflammation and repairing the injured tissue. It also enhances the body’s healing process, thus removing any discomfort with mobility.
A PRP injection is prepared by taking a specific amount of blood from the patient then running it through the centrifuge to extract the concentrated platelet. Your doctor will then inject the activated platelets directly into the injured or affected area.
Some of the conditions that can benefit from PRP therapy include osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, chronic back pain, and knee pain.
Apart from the abovementioned, we also offer:
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What is the Minuteman?
The Minuteman® is a minimally invasive, interspinous-interlaminar fusion device intended for the fixation and stabilization of the thoracic, lumbar, and sacral spine while awaiting bony fusion to occur The Minuteman® is designed for attachment to the posterior non-cervical spine at the spinous processes through its bilateral locking plates, and it is intended for use with bone graft material placed within the device. It provides immobilization and stabilization of the spinal segments. The core threaded post allows for optimal placement and a wide range of sizes allows for enhanced anatomical fit. The Minuteman® is delivered sterile and individually packed.
What are the potential benefits of the Minuteman procedure?
The Minuteman may provide the following benefits:
Is the Minuteman procedure right for me?
The following questions will help determine if the Minuteman® System is right for you:
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, ask your doctor if this procedure may be right for you.
Vertebral compression fractures typically affect people with osteoporosis, metastatic tumors, or those who got into an accident, such as car collision or sports injury.