Welcome to Frontier Spine and Health Care, where science meets rejuvenation! Discover the revolutionary world of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and its transformative role in regenerative medicine. PRP harnesses the power of your body’s own healing mechanisms to promote tissue repair, regeneration, and revitalization.

PRP therapy is at the forefront of cutting-edge regenerative medicine. From accelerating the recovery of injured joints and muscles to enhancing skin rejuvenation and hair restoration, PRP offers a non-invasive and effective solution for a wide range of conditions.

Join us on the forefront of regenerative medicine, where PRP is unlocking the body’s inherent capacity for healing, helping you restore, renew, and reclaim your well-being. Embrace the power of PRP with Frontier Spine and Health Care. Your path to regeneration starts here!

Why does PRP work?

Human platelets are naturally rich in connective tissue growth factors. When these growth factors are injected into damaged ligaments and tendons, they initiate a natural repair process. PRP effectively recreates and stimulates the body’s own healing mechanisms.

How is PRP done?

At Frontier Spine and Health Care, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and processed in a specialized centrifuge. This separates the platelets from the red blood cells, resulting in a concentrated platelet solution. The platelet concentrate is then used for treatment. To minimize discomfort, the painful area is numbed with lidocaine before the injection. The entire process, from blood draw to injection, takes approximately 30-45 minutes.

PRP Therapy How it works

Which injuries can be treated with PRP injections?

PRP injections can be used to treat various chronic injuries. Research has shown their effectiveness in repairing tendon injuries such as tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, as well as ligament and muscle injuries like osteoarthritis, ligament sprains, muscle strains, and chronic wounds. PRP injections are particularly beneficial for improving pain and stiffness especially when degeneration is present in avascular areas where blood does not flow very well.