How PRP Speeds Up the Healing Process?

How PRP treatment speeds up the healing process - Regencare, Kochi

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, a cutting-edge kind of regenerative medicine, can be a significant component of orthopaedic treatment since it promotes tissue regeneration and activates the body's natural healing processes. PRP is created from a sample of your own blood, therefore there are no hazards associated with an allergic reaction or rejection, nor are there any risks associated with chronic pain medication use.

PRP and the healing process

Growth factors are small proteins found in platelets. These proteins are essential for healing, tissue repair, and regeneration in a number of ways.

Inflammation, proliferation, and remodelling are the three stages or phases of the extremely complicated biological processes that make up the healing process. PRP supports each of these phases.

  • Inflammation

    Although many of us see inflammation as harmful, it actually aids in the first stages of healing by preventing infections and triggering important immune responses. Additionally, clotting occurs at this time to stop the bleeding that some injuries cause.


    Your body starts to mend damaged tissues and swap out unhealthy cells for new ones during the second stage of recovery. By enlisting cells known as fibroblasts from the surrounding tissues, growth factors in PRP promote and support this stage.

    These cells create collagen, which is essential for tissue healing. Other growth factors help new blood vessels form, supplying nutrition to developing cells and eliminating wastes generated during the healing process.


    This last stage encourages collagen production and aids in the construction of strong, dense scar tissue that will help heal the injured area and guard against further damage.

    All of these phases are aided by growth factors, and PRP therapy adds more growth factors for improved responses throughout the entire healing and recovery process.

    See if PRP is a right option for you

    Although PRP is an essential component in the recovery from many orthopaedic injuries, it is not always the best course of treatment. Before advising PRP our specialists thoroughly assess your situation in order to customise your care to meet your needs and objectives.

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