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PRP Injections in Michigan

The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine can successfully treat chronic injuries using platelet-rich plasma (PRP), such as carpal tunnel, tendinitis and bursitis using revolutionary PRP injections in Michigan. These treatments result in a reduced reliance on opioids and faster return to normal activities.

Those who suffer from long-term pain, discomfort and physical disabilities due to injury, or those who are athletic, will want to consider PRP injections in Michigan as an alternative to surgery. PRP injections in Michigan can:

  • Provide localized injections for high-level results.
  • Allow you to return to normal activity faster due to its heal-from-within abilities.
  • Prevent the need for invasive and expensive surgery.
  • Reduce the need for time consuming and expensive physical therapy.
  • Reduce your reliance on addicting opioids associated with severe withdrawal symptoms.

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What Can You Expect With PRP Injections in Michigan?

Surgery and pain pills aren’t the only way to get relief from chronic pain or injury. PRP injections in Michigan don’t just hide chronic pain like conventional injections can. Rather, they heal the body from within.

PRP injections in Michigan works through the use of your own blood, which gets re-injected with concentrated platelets into the injury site for faster healing. This is what you can expect:

  1. When undergoing PRP injections in Michigan, your platelets will be separated from other types of blood cells with concentrated centrifugation.
  2. Those concentrated platelets will then be combined with the rest of your blood.
  3. The mixture is injected back into the injury site.
  4. We guide all injections with ultrasound or x-ray for precision in PRP injections in Michigan.
  5. The process takes about a half hour once you give us your blood sample.
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PRP Injections in Michigan: Who’s at Risk?

People who are at a higher risk of musculoskeletal injuries include athletes and those who maintain fixed positions throughout the day performing the same motions over and over. If you are considered a good candidate for PRP injections in Michigan, you will likely only need one injection. However, those with a severe condition or disease may require multiple rounds of PRP injections in Michigan.

Full healing from start to finish is just about eight weeks or less. PRP injections in Michigan isn’t really new. But it’s been gaining mainstream attention for its chronic pain management solutions. That’s because it’s quick to prepare and deliver, and it’s a non-invasive alternative to surgery.

To decrease reliance on drugs and surgery and boost your quality of life, we welcome you to give PRP injections in Michigan a try.

Contact the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine For PRP Injections in Michigan

To schedule your no-obligation, no-cost consultation on PRP injections in Michigan, please reach out to the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine today at (248) 216-1008.

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