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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been a breakthrough in the stimulation and acceleration of bone and soft tissue healing. It represents a relatively new biotechnology that is part of the growing interest in tissue engineering and cellular therapy today. Because of its newness, there is a potential for misunderstanding, misuse, and application of what the practitioner may incorrectly think is PRP. What is Platelet Rich Plasma? Platelet Rich Plasma is just that; it is a volume of autologous plasma that has a platelet concentration above baseline. Normal platelet counts in blood range between 150,000 /µI and 350,000/µl and average about 200,000 /µI. Because the scientific proof of bone and soft tissue healing enhancement has been shown using PRP with 1,000,000 platelets/µ!, it is this concentration of platelets in a 5-ml volume of plasma which is the working definition of PRP today. Lesser concentrations cannot be relied upon to enhance wound healing, and greater concentrations have not yet been shown to further enhance wound healing. Dr. Jones only uses TruDOSE technology to deliver a minimum 1,500,000 platelets/µI to all of our treatments. TruDOSE is a point of care platform, developed by Bridging Biosciences, that utilizes artificial intelligence powered software to customize the PRP treatment to the unique biologic needs of each patient. Because PRP is developed from autologous blood, it is inherently safe and is free from transmissible diseases such as HIV and hepatitis. Within PRP, the increased number of platelets delivers an increased number of growth factors to the surgical area. The seven known growth factors in PRP are: platelet derived growth factor as (PDGFaa), PDGFbb, PDGFab, transforming growth factor beta-, (TGF-b,), TGF- b 2. vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), and epithelial growth factor (EGF). These are native growth factors in their biologically determined ratios. What can PRP treat? Stress urinary incontinence. Inadequate arousal to achieve orgasm for women. Erectile Dysfunction in men. Lichen Sclerosis: a chronic skin condition of the introitus. Joint Pain. Plantar fasciitis. Rotator Cuff pain. Various tendinitis problems. Cosmetic treatments: PRP facials Hair restoration

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