Dr. Mian explains – What is Platelet Rich Plasma, and How Does PRP Therapy Work?

How Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Speeds the Healing Process

Dr. Mian is one of a handful of PRP therapy specialists who has been treating a variety of ailments associated with bone breaks, ligament and muscle tears, regeneration, and skin health, with PRP, with great success, for many years.

This is also sometimes referred to as cellular therapy or stem cell therapy. We just stick to PRP because we don’t want anyone to mistake these PRP regenerative therapies with cloning humans or animals! PRP is a very different therapeutic medical treatment for relieving pain, expediting healing, and even for rejuvenating, healing, replenishing, and beautifying skin! (Kim Kardashian is a big fan of PRP treatments. She has referred to it as “The Vampire Facial”, but the Kardashians own the trademark rights to that phrase, so, it’s just PRP treatments to us!)

When it comes to the use of PRP serum to help you heal torn ligaments, tendons, or even bone breaks, Dr. Mian has seen his use of PRP as a natural remedy that speeds your body’s healing process. Lucky for Dr. Mian, many clinical studies back up its impact on the healing process, and decades of studies support the use of PRP in a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. It’s a natural and very safe way to treat broken bones and torn tissue.

As a matter of fact, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments have also become very widely used in medical spas for skin rejuvenation. It’s known to repair damaged skin from things such as aging skin and sun damage or even in helping healing scars. Hope you enjoy the video, and getting to know Dr. Mian and ProloHealing.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy accelerates the body’s healing process through a mechanism harnessing the regenerative power of platelets. Platelets contain growth factors and proteins crucial for tissue repair and regeneration. When administered through PRP injections, these platelets concentrate at the site of injury, promoting several key processes.

  1. Modulation of Inflammation:
    • PRP helps regulate the inflammatory response, reducing excessive inflammation at the injury site. This controlled inflammatory environment is essential for effective healing [2].
  2. Angiogenesis and Re-Epithelialization:
    • The therapy enhances angiogenesis, the formation of new blood vessels, and re-epithelialization, the regeneration of skin cells. This combination facilitates improved blood supply and the restoration of damaged tissues [2].
  3. Release of Growth Factors:
    • PRP releases a multitude of growth factors such as PDGF, VEGF, and TGF-β, which play pivotal roles in cell proliferation, tissue repair, and collagen production. These factors contribute to the overall healing process [5].
  4. Acceleration of Neovascularization:
    • Neovascularization, the formation of new blood vessels, is crucial for supplying nutrients and oxygen to the damaged area. PRP accelerates this process, promoting a well-nourished environment for cells to thrive [5].
  5. Boosting Healing Factors:
    • PRP injections increase the concentration of healing factors at the injury site, fostering a microenvironment that supports rapid, natural healing [6].

In essence, PRP therapy acts as a healing catalyst by optimizing the body’s innate ability to repair and regenerate tissues, making it a valuable tool in various medical fields for accelerating recovery.



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