The magic of PRP!

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PRP stands for platelet rich plasma, or liquid gold, as some call it. PRP comes from your own blood. Your blood is drawn. The blood is then placed in a centrifuge where the blood is spun and the platelets are harvested.

Platelets are a component of blood that is important for clotting of blood. But that is not all that platelets do. Platelets are also important for wound healing because of the growth factors that they release.

After injection or microneedling platelets release growth factors which are proteins that signal to signal tissues to heal and repair and reset to a healthier state. PRP is being used from head to toe to help you to have healthier hair, healthier skin, healthier joints and for sexual wellness.

When PRP procedures were introduced by Dr Runels, they were looked at as a fad. However, these procedures have been around for more than 10 years and thousands have benefited.

PRP is a type or Regenerative Medicine which is becoming more and more popular.