A Soft tissue injury is the damage of muscles, ligaments and tendons throughout the body. Common soft tissue injured are muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
These injuries often occur during sports and exercise activities, but sometimes simple everyday activities can cause an injury. Some soft tissues, such as Tendons, requires a prolonged amount of time to heal due to the lack of blood supply to these tissues

PRP is indicated to promote healing of tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints and can be applied to various musculoskeletal problems.

A Soft tissue injury is the damage of muscles, ligaments and tendons throughout the body. Common soft tissue injured are muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
These injuries often occur during sports and exercise activities, but sometimes simple everyday activities can cause an injury. Some soft tissues, such as Tendons, requires a prolonged amount of time to heal due to the lack of blood supply to these tissues

PRP is indicated to promote healing of tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints and can be applied to various musculoskeletal problems.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) contains a rich source of essential healing factors that may optimize conditions for natural healing.

PRP contains

  • Platelets 
  • Growth Factors ( Eg. PDGE, TGF-Beta, VEGF) 
  • Cytokines and Adhesion Molecules 
  • White Blood Cells

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) contains a rich source of essential healing factors that may optimize conditions for natural healing.

PRP contains

  • Platelets 
  • Growth Factors ( Eg. PDGE, TGF-Beta, VEGF) 
  • Cytokines and Adhesion Molecules 
  • White Blood Cells

Ref: Nikil Kumar Jain, (2016) Platelet-rich plasma: a healing virtuoso, Blood Res.

Ref: Nikil Kumar Jain, (2016) Platelet-rich plasma: a healing virtuoso, Blood Res.

What determines the efficacy of a PRP Treatment?

Recent Studies indicates that the optimal platelet concentration to stimulate angiogenesis ranged from 1.5-3.0 million platelets/ul. PACE is able to consistently Produce APC with the concentration of 1.5-1.7* million platelets/ul. Besides high concentration of platelets, PRP is required to contain high concentration of growth factors, in order to aid our body to speed up the healing process.

How is the treatment being performed?
Treatment is fast and easy. In less than 5 minutes, 30 ml of peripheral blood provides 3-4ml of Concentrated Platelet product with the optimal cellular composition and concentration.

What is PACE?

PACE, Platelet Autologous Concentration Evolution, represents an innovation in autologous cellular therapies featuring a vertical rotor centrifugation process.

  • High Concentration – Platelets increased by 7- 8x fold higher concentration of PRP
  • Reliable – Consistent high platelet recovery with minimal platelet activation
  • Fast – A total of 2.5 minute processing time
  • Small and portable – light weight and easy to use at any site of care.

What determines the efficacy of a PRP Treatment?

Recent Studies indicates that the optimal platelet concentration to stimulate angiogenesis ranged from 1.5-3.0 million platelets/ul. PACE is able to consistently Produce APC with the concentration of 1.5-1.7* million platelets/ul. Besides high concentration of platelets, PRP is required to contain high concentration of growth factors, in order to aid our body to speed up the healing process.

How is the treatment being performed?
Treatment is fast and easy. In less than 5 minutes, 30 ml of peripheral blood provides 3-4ml of Concentrated Platelet product with the optimal cellular composition and concentration.

What is PACE?

PACE, Platelet Autologous Concentration Evolution, represents an innovation in autologous cellular therapies featuring a vertical rotor centrifugation process.

  • High Concentration – Platelets increased by 7- 8x fold higher concentration of PRP
  • Reliable – Consistent high platelet recovery with minimal platelet activation
  • Fast – A total of 2.5 minute processing time
  • Small and portable – light weight and easy to use at any site of care.

Safety

PRP is an autologous process, in which the source of the blood is from your own body, making the procedure very safe with minimal side effects. The risk of other side effects (Eg: Infection, tissue damage) is no different from that associated with normal steroid injections.

Recovery Period

Patient are advised to rest the injured area for the first 2-3 days following the injection to allow the healing process to take its course. It takes 6-8 weeks for healing to occur hence patient are advised to avoid heavy exercise and overexerting themselves during this period. Patient are also advised to avoid taking NSAID drugs during the first 2 weeks after PRP treatment.

Safety

PRP is an autologous process, in which the source of the blood is from your own body, making the procedure very safe with minimal side effects. The risk of other side effects (Eg: Infection, tissue damage) is no different from that associated with normal steroid injections.

Recovery Period

Patient are advised to rest the injured area for the first 2-3 days following the injection to allow the healing process to take its course. It takes 6-8 weeks for healing to occur hence patient are advised to avoid heavy exercise and overexerting themselves during this period. Patient are also advised to avoid taking NSAID drugs during the first 2 weeks after PRP treatment.

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