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What Is Prp Treatment?

In a previous post, I discussed the importance of using potent anti-inflammatory medications and supplements for optimal health. This post discusses another critical component of a healthy immune system and that is the role of antioxidants in supporting the body’s immune system function. Many factors including diet, genetics, stress, smoking and even the aging process can affect our bodies’ ability to fight infection and inflammation. Antioxidants may have an important impact on reducing those negative influences on the body and are therefore a very important ingredient of any supplement designed to support a healthy immune system. Our website provides info on QC Kinetix (Winston-Salem)-Prp Treatment
The human body has a natural capacity to repair itself and help keep diseases at bay. However, common stress, aging and illness can reduce the body’s ability to properly heal and can interfere with the body’s natural healing processes. Platelet- Rich Plasma, also called autologous polyclonolate, is a concentrated concentrate of platelet- rich plasma protein extracted from healthy blood drawn from the patient’s own body. Autologous platelet- Rich Plasma injects the protein complex into a damaged area, where it helps to repair the skin and increase the patient’s ability to heal. Although injections of this highly concentrated protein concentrate are generally used to treat moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, they can also be used to treat other inflammatory conditions including psoriasis, eczema, and other connective tissue disorders.
When it comes to fighting infection, there are four main types of Prp treatment used today. They include Injection Therapy, Direct Platelet Transfer, Enzyme Therapy and In Vitro Fertilization. Injection Therapy uses a special container that contains specially formulated sterile fluids that are injected directly into the affected area. This type of therapy is more expensive than other forms and is used as a last resort to replace other therapies. Direct platelet transfer utilizes a thin needle that is placed into a vein and then the platelets are transferred into the desired areas through the use of a syringe.