PRP Therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) where your own blood platelets are injected into the injury site to help the body use its own natural healing process for recovery. 

PRP Therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma) or Prolotherapy

What Is PRP Therapy? 

Platelet-rich plasma therapy, also known as Prolotherapy is a regenerative medicine technique that uses the body's own blood cells to activate and intensify the natural healing process and speed up repair to the injured area.

How Does Prolotherapy Work?

These blood cells stimulate the body to produce more growth factors that are vital to the healing process. These growth factors enable tissues to regenerate and repair themselves. It is similar to planting a seed in the ground alone versus planting a seed in fertilizer; the seed will grow are better with the proper nutrients. PRP therapy provided these nutrients to help your body heal better.

Regenerative Medicine: Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) 

PRP treatment will include retrieving a specimen of your own blood that is spun in a centrifuge to create a platelet-rich solution. This platelet-rich plasma is injected back into the patient at the site of injury or pain. Stem cells that are harvested from bone marrow or fat tissue instead of blood can be used to treat damage in cartilage, bone, and certain other types of skeletal tissue.

PRP Therapy Expected Outcomes

Improved healing.

Say Goodbye to Foot Pain 

If you're suffering from ankle/heel pain or any other foot/ankle condition, our New York foot doctors can help! Four locations across NYC to serve you better, Wall Street, Times Square, Grand Central, and Upper East Side. Call us at 917-398-3668 or book an appointment online.

Frequently Asked Questions

PRP, Bone Marrow Contentrate, and Stem Cell Therapy are all forms of regenrative medicine. Although these therapies are very different from each other, they treat similar issues of pain and injury. They are commonly used in tendonitis, tendon and ligament strains and tears, arthritis, and inflammation.


This is a minimally invasive treatment which means you don't need to have surgery. The platelet-rich plasma is simply injected into the treatment site. This greatly reduces the risk of infection and leaves no scarring.

Because PRP therapy is a relatively new and advanced treatment, many insurance providers do not yet cover this procedure. Some plans are beginning to recognize this therapy so it is ideal to speak with your provider and verify your personal.


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