Clinica Britannia: Pain free for up to a year

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You may have heard about the benefits of PRP therapy to achieve a more rejuvenated complexion, but did you know it can actually help to ease or eliminate joint pain?

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma injections are a state­of­the­art joint pain treatment, that can help patients achieve quick, reliable, and long­lasting relief from joint pain.

PRP is a powerful component that is found in the blood. It is packed full of nutrient­rich cells and is recognised for its highly regenerative properties. In fact, PRP therapy is used in a variety of different ways to encourage healthy cell generation for both cosmetic and function benefits, including:

• Increased hair growth.

• Improved skin texture.

• Firmer, more youthful looking skin.

• Faster healing.

• Reduced joint and arthritis pain.

PRP injections are obtained by drawing a small tube of blood from the patient’s arm, the platelet­rich plasma is then extracted in a laboratory and made into individual injections which can then be precisely injected into the affected joints.

Depending on the severity of your symptoms, you could be pain free for up to a year. PRP therapy can help with injured, painful, or arthritic joints and is mostly administered to the knees, hips, ankles, and elbows.

Don’t hesitate, contact your GP to see if PRP treatment can help to alleviate the burden of your joint pain

Appointments Landline: 965 837 553 / 965 837 851

24H/365D Emergency Number: (+34) 607 255 755 

Opening Times: Mon – Fri: 9:00am / 5:00pm

Address: Clinica Britannia Calpe Av. Ejercitos Españoles 16 BIS, 1st Floor, Calpe


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