Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is the component of blood after the red blood cells are removed. The FDA has approved the use of PRP in orthopedic surgery. There is growing evidence that the biological factors in PRP are effective in treating tendinosis (chronic tendinitis), chronic muscle strains and injuries, osteoarthritis, and other musculoskeletal injuries.

With PRP, the body’s own healing properties are used to treat these areas of injury. The PRP is taken from each patient’s own blood. Nothing is added and only the red blood cells are removed. Because of this, there is little, if any risk in the use of PRP.

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How Does PRP Work?

Once injected the concentrated platelets release several growth factors that are involved in rejuvenating, repairing and increasing blood flow to the area, thus improving and restoring sexual health and vitality.

The treatment process is also very simple. We will take a sample of your blood and process it to produce plasma rich platelets. Your doctor will discuss with you your medical history and sexual wellness goals. With that information, our doctor will select an injection site. Some numbing cream will be applied, and in most cases, you will feel no discomfort. Please keep in mind that this treatment is not permanent. However, the positive results from a P-Shot can last in many cases up to a year.