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      Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics
      Using PRP technology in orthopedics and traumatology!
      In some cases, due to the neglect of the form of the disease of the musculoskeletal system, it is no longer productive to treat the patient with medications, and then surgical intervention is required. Therefore, it is so important to start treatment at the first symptoms of the disease. Even a harmless, at first glance, crunch in the limbs can be the beginning of serious pathologies: arthrosis, arthritis, etc.
      Learn more about the PRP Orthopedics Course
      The use of autoplasm in orthopedics and traumatology helps to achieve the following results:
      the removal of muscle spasm;
      elimination of joint pain;
      increased joint mobility;
      restoration of articular fluid;
      strengthening the tissues of the musculoskeletal system;
      stimulation of bone and cartilage tissue formation;
      acceleration of the rehabilitation period after injuries and operations.
      The orthopedic procedure (PRP) is based on a patented method of processing the patient’s blood using special vacuum biotechnological tubes and a special mode of centrifugation.
      During the procedure, an injectable form of autoplasm containing platelets is isolated from the blood, which is injected into the soft tissues surrounding the joint and directly into the joint cavity. Autoplasma injections can reduce the inflammatory process, relieve pain and restore the volume of movements in the joint. In addition, the autoplasma treatment procedure minimizes the number of medications used or eliminates them altogether, thereby reducing the toxic effects of drugs on the patient’s body. Also, injections of autoplasm help to reduce the duration of treatment by 2-3 times.
      What is the “healing power” of PRP therapy? The principle is simple, like everything ingenious. The technology uses the regenerative potential of a person’s own blood, enhanced tenfold with the help of a simple plasma production technology. Previously, more attention was paid to the mechanical effects of damage and healing. As for the biology of tissue repair, it is impossible to simulate it and no one can do it better than the body itself, and the technology only helps to strengthen and direct this healing effect.
      To obtain PRP mass, about 20 ml of blood is taken from a person, centrifuged in a special centrifuge (platelets, erythrocytes and blood plasma are separated), a blood fraction is selected, in which the platelet content is now increased by 5 times or more (when using patented automatic systems) and injected into the site of damage.

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