PRP therapy in Bangalore is rapidly catching popularity as more and more patients are choosing this therapy not only for their hair restoration but also for the treatment of their osteoarthritis.
Patients are preferring the novel injections of PRP to get rid of their hair loss and the osteoarthritis condition. The reason behind the popularity of these injections is that the health providers are claiming for its various benefits but it is really to think that are these all claims true? Is this therapy really beneficial for the patients?
Let us have a look at some facts about the PRP therapy so that we could reach on the insider truth of the working of PRP.
Working principle of PRP therapy
The human body has some white blood cells that have the capability to fight diseases and certain health conditions and these cells also help in the healing of the body. Thus in the PRP therapy, these enriched plasmas called white cells are injected into the affected area whether scalp or any painful joint so that healing of the area can be faster and these cells also stimulate the muscle strength and joint functioning.
For the PRP therapy, the patient’s own blood is taken after some tests. Then the blood is centrifuged and spins to separate the thick and enriched plasmas. Plasmas having 3-4 times more thickness than the normal blood are taken out and then injected in the scalp of the patient where he has bald or thinning patches. These cells stimulate the hair growth by activating the dead and damaged hair follicles similarly these cells work for the patients of osteoarthritis. These cells rejuvenate the muscles and tissues of the joint and help to restore the functioning and strength of the particular joint that can be knee or hip.
These highly concentrated PRP cells reduce the joint inflammation. Even these cells can release the biological proteins so stimulate the cell recruitment and growth so the patient feels relief from the painful joint and can resume his normal walking and activities after the therapy.
Many studies have been conducted to get the evidence for the effectiveness of the PRP therapy and each study has given relevant results in the favour of therapy that is why this therapy has become the valid option for the treatment of painful joints and the hair loss. The PRP cells can directly be injected in the affected area without any fear of infection or rejection of the body as these cells are taken from the patient’s own blood.
So PRP therapy has many clinical benefits for the patients of osteoarthritis patients and even for the hair loss treatment as it is considered as the cost-effective, noninvasive and result oriented procedure.