Regenerative Medicine and PRP

PRP uses your body's own growth factors to stimulate

collagen and your internal repair response!

Facts about PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

*For Intranasal PRP Info Click Here

We use PRP for cosmetic reasons. PRP will use your natural growth factors to stimulate collagen, improve elasticity and help with any scarring or uneven skin tone.

PRP can help improve joint function, cognitive function and pain without side effects.

We also use PRP to help with repair of scar tissue. The repair of scar tissue also help with improvement of tissue function as well as improvement in the cosmetic look.

Our Regenerative Medicine Team

Our regenerative medicine practices are cost-effective treatments that aren't invasive for common chronic pain or "difficult to heal" injuries. Our process uses your own blood platelets and stem cells, harvested from you, to stimulate more complete healing of damaged tissues that haven't healed post injury.

By accelerating your innate healing capacity without subjecting you to side effects of prescription drugs and complications from more invasive surgeries, we help patients received the healing they deserve.

Regenerative Medicine done well requires a complete treatment plan to rebuild your body and optimize long-term function. In addition to helping repair injury and scar tissue, PRP can help improve collagen and skin elasticity. We offer PRP for cosmetic purposes as well as for pain.

If you would like more information about PRP, our competitive rates and about the process, please call us at 720-722-1143 now or schedule a free 15 minute consult at the button below.

Intranasal PRP

Intranasal PRP works very similar to regular PRP except that we use the PRP inside the nose instead of in other locations. This is a great therapy for cognitive decline as it helps to get the growth factors get through the membrane into the nose into the brain for repair. It is a great remedy for dementia, brain fog and chronic infections.

Conditions We Work With for PRP and Regenerative Medicine

  • Sports Injuries
  • Tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tendonosis and unhealed stress fractures
  • Lax or loose joints
  • Acute joint pain, sprains, or muscle strains
  • Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Cranial or cervical vascular issues such as headaches
  • Back and neck pain
  • Neck pain
  • Mid-back pain or concussion
  • Chronic pain or general muscle aches
  • Fatigue
  • Dementia
  • Chronic Infections such as Lyme, Mold, Bartonella and Babesia

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