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PRP Treatment Could Help You Avoid Surgery


If you are suffering from stubborn pain in your knees, shoulders, hips, or spine have tried standard treatments without relief and would like to try and avoid surgery, please read on:


Treatment Explained PRP or what's known as "Platelet Rich Plasma" comes from a process whereby a few tablespoons of the patient's own blood is prepared and the healing portion known as platelets are "super concentrated" by 2 to 20 times normal levels. Under guided digital Imaging (for arthritis) or ultrasound (for tendons, muscles, etc. ) our trained doctors can precisely introduce the PRP into the damaged areas.


Jump-Start Healing The Idea is to take advantage of platelets' natural growth factors and stimulate the healing process using concentrated preparation of Platelet Rich Plasma. Some patients need just a single treatment. Others may need a few in a series.


Not All PRP is the Same The NYC Pain MD PRP Program uses one of the most advanced PRP preparations called "Emcyte" systems which yields a with a minimum of red or white blood cells (which can cause post treatment inflammation and soreness). NYC Pain MD doctors believe this not only offers better results but also a happier patient at the most reasonable cost available in the NYC area.


What Conditions Does It Help? NYC Pain MD physicians have been noting success not only in Osteoarthritis of the knees, shoulders, and hips - but also in chronic sports injuries, tendonitis and muscle damaging conditions. It has even shown promise with previously unresponsive back and neck pain.


Are You a Candidate? NYC Pain MD offers a free PRP pain screening to determine if PRP or other non-surgical treatments can help you feel better and avoid surgery. These No-Cost, No Obligation screenings can be scheduled by calling 877-245-9252. Let the Scheduling Coordinator know that you would like an appointment for the "PRP Pain Screening Program" and you will be scheduled for the next available appointment. The screening is thorough but comfortable and casual. All your questions will be answered about PRP and how best to handle even the most difficult cases of pain and disability.


The number to call is 877-245-9252


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