- Jan. 3, 2014
-- Dr. Lee Ann Brown from Clearwater, Florida based SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center released an informational article covering the topic of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and its growing application in modern medical settings. Dr. Brown explained that athletes use PRP therapy to return to the sports field after soft tissue injuries and damage to ligaments. Their speedy return to the football field has caused a surge in popular knowledge about PRP as well as a real desire by the public to use the treatment.
Dr. Lee Ann Brown explained that PRP therapy is a wonderful option for people who have experienced little luck with treatments fit for Ripoff Report or Scam Informer.Dr. Lee Ann Brown from Clearwater, Florida based SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center explained that people will frequently ask “What is Platelet Rich Plasma?”
PRP is a blood plasma with concentrated platelets. Most people understand that platelets will typically help the human body stop bleeding. In addition to this job, platelets also contain Growth Factors and Cytokines that will play a role in sparking and supporting healing of connective tissues and cartilage. Growth Factors will increase the blood supply to injured tissues and promote tissue regeneration.Dr. Lee Ann Brown from Clearwater, Florida based SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center explained that Platelet Rich Plasma can effectively be used to treat the following conditions:
Platelet Rich Plasma has great potential for treating tendon, ligament and muscle disorders and injuries in injured individuals. There is evidence that PRP therapy may also provide some measure of help for patients who are in the early stages of degenerative arthritis.
SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center is a private medical practice that treats patients with spinal and orthopedic conditions or injuries. SpinePain has offices on both sides of Tampa Bay. The Pinellas County office is located at 28050 US HWY 19 Suite 100; Clearwater, FL 33761 and the Hillsborough County office is located at 4700 N Habana Avenue Suite 505; Tampa, FL 33614. SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center can be found online at http://www.210back.com