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PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy in Bradenton, FL

Looking for a non-invasive solution to relieve your pain? Look no further! At Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine, our expert pain management specialists offer PRP therapy, an effective treatment that can relieve the pain & optimize your body’s ability to heal. To book an appointment, please call at (941) 662-2621 or visit us at 100 3rd Ave. West Suite 210, Bradenton, FL 34205.

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy in Bradenton, FL

Do you find yourself suffering from constant pain? There are a variety of possible solutions to chronic pain, but many of these treatments involve invasive surgery or pain medications that can be addicting. Instead of giving up your favorite activities and shuffling through the day with pain, come to the Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine for PRP Therapy. Our board-certified doctors and experienced staff has helped many patients for years with pain with this treatment method. Visit our pain management clinic in Bradenton, FL today to see if this treatment is right for you.

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP is short for platelet-rich plasma. This powerful healing factor is found in your blood and plays a role in healing parts of your body when it is injured. In order to harvest it to treat your pain, we take a draw of your blood and process it through a special machine to pull out the PRP healing factors. The blood is then returned to your body. The PRP is then processed into an injection to be applied to the part of the body where the doctor feels like it can do the most good.

How does platelet-rich plasma heal my body and help with my pain symptoms?

PRP Therapy helps heal your body by promoting new tissue growth and in turn, reducing inflammation. Linger inflammation is often a stumbling block for an area to fully recover from an injury. New tissue replacing tissue that has been damaged combined with reduced inflammation goes a long way to helping you feel better?

How long does PRP procedure take?

All in all, it takes about thirty minutes to complete a PRP treatment session. We need about 15 minutes to draw the blood from your body and another 15 minutes to turn it into an injection. Once the treatment is administered, you will be discharged from our clinic! Depending on the area of the injection and the number of injections you have received, it may be helpful to apply ice to the treatment area every few hours to help with any inflammation. As for when you should notice a difference, most patients report feeling better throughout the week. We will schedule a follow up appointment at our facility in about six weeks to ensure there are no unexpected complications with your PRP treatment.

How do I know if I am right for a PRP treatment?

Generally, you are right for a PRP treatment if previous methods to control your pain have not been successful. In most cases, physical therapy is usually the first choice to treat chronic pain. After that, other medications may be tried to see if there is any improvement to your condition. Visit our pain management clinic if you have not made any progress of your pain management despite the use of physical therapy, cortisone injections, and anti-inflammatories. Our doctor will review with you one on one of your current pain and your past medical history. We will only prescribe this therapy if we think it is helpful to control your pain.

Where are you located in Bradenton, FL?

The Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine is located at 100 3rd Ave. West Suite 210 Bradenton, FL 34205. We are open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 4 pm. Our clinic accepts many different insurances, but not all carriers cover this treatment. Check with your insurance provider to see if PRP Therapy is covered and if prior approval is needed before treatment. Would you like to learn more about PRP therapy or make an appointment? Call our friendly staff today at (941) 662-2621.

We look forward to helping you with your pain management!