Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Solution to Chronic Joint Pains

Ready to Use Your Body’s Regenerative Potential?

SNS Rheumatology offers restorative natural intervention to help you get that much-needed relief from chronic body pain. 

With Platelet-Rich-Plasma Therapy – an evidence-based, scientific regenerative technique – you can utilize your own blood for healing. It’s a safe, non-invasive procedure with a remarkable track record of success. PRP Therapy is not just a treatment; it’s a partnership with your body’s stunning ability to heal itself.

Sounds interesting? How about checking it out for yourself? We promise you will feel the difference!

PRP Injections
PRP Injection

Say Bye to Conventional Medicine

How Do PRP Injections Work?

PRP Therapy uses your blood plasma to accelerate wound healing and relieve pain. 

Your blood contains tiny proteins called growth factors that are responsible for healing. They work in collaboration with cytokines that regularly alarm your immune system wherever there is inflammation within your body. Both of these work together to close wounds and combat inflammation. 

PRP Injections are concentrated mixtures of these specific elements. These injections are delivered to the affected area to accelerate the healing process.

Why Choose PRP Therapy?

PRP Therapy Utilizes Natural Regeneration

PRP Injection Therapy is an advanced way of using your body’s innate therapeutic abilities. Using Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) derived from your blood, we offer a natural solution for musculoskeletal conditions.

A Minimally Invasive Solution for Arthritis and Joint Pain

Our approach accelerates tissue repair and provides effective pain relief while minimally invasive. The only medical instrument you would have to see will be routine clinical injections.

Get to Experience Swift Recovery With Gentle Intervention

Boasting minimal downtime, PRP Therapy has no other medication or other procedures accompanying it – just a concentrated platelet-rich injection, and you!

Precision Pain Relief

Unlike systemic treatments, PRP Injection Therapy delivers healing elements directly to the pain site, improving effectiveness and minimizing overall impact. It’s a targeted, efficient approach for localized relief.

Helps You Avoid High-Risk Surgeries

Experience a non-surgical alternative to high-risk surgeries. Say bye to painful procedures and routine follow-ups – how about a safer, science-backed approach to pain relief and tissue regeneration?

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Ready to experience the transformative power of PRP therapy? Contact us to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards renewed vitality.

Just a Few Jabs

PRP Therapy is Highly Safe

We bet that you would be wondering if PRP therapy is safe, right? Rest assured, because it is!

Since PRP therapy utilizes your body’s platelets, it boasts minimal side effects. Except for a temporary discomfort at the injection site, mild swelling, or a light headache that subsides within a day or two, PRP therapy is as safe as having a usual routine jab. 

But do get some light snacks before going for PRP therapy to ensure you don’t get light-headed during the session.

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Natural Treatment for Everyone

Who Should Go For a PRP Therapy?

While anyone wanting pain relief and a boost in athletic performance can go for PRP Therapy, it is not just for one specific group. It is a holistic treatment replacing traditional medicine for various musculoskeletal disorders.

With PRP Therapy, you can see remarkable results with sports injury, tendinopathy, muscle and ligament ruptures, soft-tissue and musculoskeletal disorder, repair of Achilles tendon, knee osteoarthritis, and more. 

What? Just saw your condition listed. Get on a call with us or fill in your form – and we will ensure you are out of it immediately!

How Do Our Rheumatology Doctors Work?

Book Your
Appointment Online

Fill out the patient form or just drop a call.

Wait for Our Representative
to Get in Touch

Our representative will get back to you asking for a few necessary details.

Hear About Your
Scheduled Appointment

Your patient portal will be created where you can see your scheduled appointment.

Visit the Site
(Must for First Appointment)

Show up for your first appointment on-site, get a physical check-up, and freely talk with our rheumatology consultant.

Stay Updated on Your Schedule
with Patient Portal

Manage your follow-ups, and any subsequent appointments will show up in your patient portal.

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Delaying your treatment of chronic inflammation can be fatal. Don’t hesitate or suffer in silence. Let us help you feel better.

Finding Relief From Discomfort

What is the Cost of Platelet-Rich-Plasma Therapy?

PRP Therapy is a fairly new technique that is yet to be widely accepted. The upfront costs vary greatly depending on your location, the injections used, and how many PRP Injections you will need. 

Still, a handful of insurance plans do cover platelet-rich plasma therapy. Contact our healthcare officers to check if your insurance plan covers PRP Therapy.


Commonly Asked Questions by our Patients

Does PRP really work?

Yes, they do, but PRP doesn’t always work. This is because it is still under widespread testing, but ongoing studies show promising results. Also, people are finding relief following PRP Therapy.

Is PRP a permanent cure?

While PRP works with a success rate of up to 90%, note that it is not a permanent cure for chronic joint pain. It’s an ongoing treatment, and you may require additional injections as per your doctor’s prescription.

What is the average PRP treatment recovery time?

On average, the recovery period of any PRP treatment is 4-6 weeks, but it will highly depend on your condition and how your body responds to it.

Is PRP good for everyone?

While PRP is primarily safe for the majority of people, it’s not recommended for anyone who has Hepatitis C., HIV or AIDS, or any blood cancer.

How Painful is PRP-Therapy?

PRP therapy is a relatively painless treatment option; however, you may experience discomfort, usually at the injection site. Typically, this will go away within 24-48 hours.