PRP Injection

Reid Physicians Group

Integrative Medicine & Chiropractic Care located in Jacksonville, FL

Do you feel like it’s taking a long time for your body to heal after an injury, or are you looking for an alternative treatment for your arthritis pain? Reid Physicians Group in Jacksonville, Florida, provides cutting-edge treatments to speed up healing and reduce pain with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections for muscle, tendon, and joint pain. To learn how PRP can reduce your pain and improve your quality of life, call the office or use online booking to schedule an appointment today.

PRP Injection Q & A

Reid Physicians Group

What is platelet-rich plasma?

PRP is a revolutionary treatment that taps into your body’s own natural healing power. Made from a sample of your own blood, PRP is a concentrated source of the proteins and growth factors that reduce inflammation to heal injured or diseased tissue quickly.

Professional athletes have been using PRP to treat sports injuries for faster recovery and improved function for years. Orthopedic surgeons also use cutting-edge treatment to promote healing after surgery, or as an alternative to surgery.

To create the PRP, your provider at Reid Physicians Group draws a sample of blood from your arm, then takes that sample and spins it in a centrifuge to separate the solid proteins and growth factors from the liquid portion of your blood. The concentrated blood product is then used for treatment.

How does PRP work?

When injected into your inflamed joint or injured tissue, the high concentration of proteins and growth factors can enhance the healing process and promote the generation of new, healthier tissue. PRP injections also reduce inflammation to decrease your pain and discomfort.

Researchers have only just begun to tap into the potential possibilities of this revolutionary treatment.

What conditions can PRP help treat?

The integrative medical team at Reid Physicians Group offer PRP treatments as part of their regenerative medicine program. They may recommend it as a treatment for:

  • Arthritis and joint pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Tendon stains
  • Torn ligaments
  • Muscle injuries

The team at Reid Physicians Group wants you to know that surgery is not the only option and your body can heal on its own when given the right tools.

As a regenerative treatment, PRP may not provide immediate relief or healing, and it can take up to three months for you to see the full benefits of treatment. Your provider at Reid Physicians Group develops a treatment plan for you based on your health needs so you know what to expect before you get started.

Are PRP injections safe?

PRP is considered a safe and well-tolerated treatment. Because your provider at Reid Physicians Group uses your own blood to create the PRP, there’s low risk of rejection or an adverse reaction to the treatment.

For an alternative treatment for healing and pain relief, call Reid Physicians Group or schedule a consultation online to see if PRP injections are a good choice for you.