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PRP Facials...aka the "Platelet Rich Plasma Facelift" in Palm Beach/ Jupiter

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PRP Facial Treatments In Jupiter at NovaGenix

As we age, one of the first things that tends to be most noticeably visible is our skin, particularly our faces. PRP offers a non-surgical alternative to a facelift that can revitalize the skin. Made popular when Kim Kardashian received the treatment, many patients are beginning to realize the benefits of getting PRP treatment. This nonsurgical rejuvenation process takes a patient’s own blood, and separates the cells using a centrifuge. It then isolates a number of growth factors found within the plasma that can stimulate collagen synthesis, skin renewal, cell growth, and tissue regeneration.The PRP (platelet-rich plasma), is then injected into the areas where a patient wants to lift the skin and improve the appearance of wrinkles which rejuvenates the appearance of facial tissue. 

When a patient wants a more youthful appearance to their face, whether it's wanting to erase those lines between the eyebrows, or perhaps, lifting their falle…

Palm Beach PRP for Sports Injuries.

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PRP for Sports Injuries.
The recent increase in participation in training of MMA and other combat sports, such as jiu-jitsu, and boxing has led to a greater number of sports related injuries in participants. These are individuals who might not typically have another competitive athletic outlet other than your average gym membership or pickup game in the park. What we’ve seen is an increase in injuries suffered as a result of overtraining, falls, contact and impact.
As a result, there has been much discussion about the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) technique and its huge potential for effectively treating sports or work related injuries. Several famous MMA athletes — Michael Bisping, Daniel Cormier, Jose Aldo and many others — have undergone PRP for various injuries and conditions, like sprained knees and chronic tendon injuries. Where in the past, these have typically been treated with medications, PT, or on many occasions, surgery, today doctors are more often than not, turning to PRP as…