PRP/GROWTH FACTORS greatly aid in healing and recovery. They can reduce and control the inflammatory process of a disease or injury as well as deliver a purer and higher concentration of platelets and growth factors that naturally attract stem cells to the injured site.

What Really Are PRP/Growth Factors?

PRP stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma” and is a concentration of platelets in the blood that are crucial to wound healing.

PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP) provides a sample of plasma that is highly concentrated of platelets, growth factors and other biomolecules that can be directly injected into the diseased or injured area. PRP by itself can relieve pain and repair injury of diseased tissue without the risks of surgery, anesthesia, hospital stays, or a prolonged recovery.

To prepare the PRP, a small sample of the patient’s blood is drawn and placed in a centrifuge. The blood sample is then spun in a centrifuge at a rapid speed to separate the platelets from the rest of the blood and posteriorly obtain growth factors from the platelets themselves.


  • Arthritis, Joint pain or Orthopedic conditions. PRP/Growth Factors are specially used in the early stage of soft tissue injuries or disease. They are used mostly for arthritis, joint pain, tendinitis and ligament tears, amongst others. PRP/Growth Factors can increase neovascularization and increase nerve growth as well as collagen deposits. Most patients experience initial signs of healing and tissue regeneration within the first few weeks of treatment and the improvements increase as the healing process continues.
  • Skin Rejuvenation. PRP/Growth Factors get into the skin cells to expedite the body’s repair process and stimulate new collagen and elastin production. The most common areas treated are: Eyes, Cheeks/ Mid Face, Mouth, Neck, Chest / Décolletage, Jawline, and Back of hands and arms. Swelling from the fluid is what you will see and feel at first. Over the first few weeks, the PRP/Growth Factors will assist in more collagen growth. Treatment results vary, however in most patients the results last up to 18-24 months.


  • In more advanced conditions, when stem cells or exosomes therapy is indicated, adding PRP/Growth Factors and/or Regenerative Matrix can be the greatest compliment to cellular therapy. This combination naturally prolongs the life of the transplanted stem cells or exosomes and attracts more stem cells to the injured site, stimulating the body’s own healing process.