therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy for arthritis

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy? PRP therapy is a relatively new treatment where a patient's own blood is used as a source of material to be injected into the site of arthritis. Plasma is the liquid component of your blood. It is mostly water, but also contains some proteins, glucose and nutrients. Platelets are cells that travel through your blood stream along with red and white blood cells. they assist in clotting and secrete proteins and growth factors that stimulate tissue repair and healing.

Read More

Stem Cell therapy for arthritis Pros & Cons

Stem Cell Therapy- What is it? A stem cell is a type of cell which can divide and duplicate itself, as well as differentiate into (become) different types of functional tissue. Babies develop from a single differentiating and dividing cell and they give rise to embryonic stem cells, while in adults there are different types of stem cells sourced from fat (adipose) tissue, marrow, or blood, called mesenchymal stem cells that are believed to be involved in the repair and healing of injured tissues. Cells are either harvested from the patients themselves (in the case of adult mesenchymal cells), or harvested from embryos or the placenta of newborns, then lab cultured or processed into a concentrated solution, sometimes with the addition of chemicals.

Read More
  • Facebook