PRP therapy is used to treat many musculoskeletal injuries. The conditions treated include:

  • Joint arthritis
  • Chronic tendonitis/tendinosis
  • Hip, knee, and shoulder pain
  • Common sports injuries
  • Acute ligament and muscle injuries in athletes
  • Sciatica
  • Fractures
  • Neck and back pain

How Does PRP Therapy Work?

Everyone’s blood is composed of the same main components: white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, and plasma. Platelets are the essential products of PRP therapy, and they heal chronic injuries. Platelets are an army of cells that circulate in the blood. These blood products control bleeding, but they also have over 1,500 growth factors and special proteins that facilitate tissue repair and wound healing. The platelets trigger the healing process and reduce inflammation and pain.

Biological Allograft

Biological Allograft 

​Biological Allograft is human tissue that has been donated and derived from human placentas. This tissue is meant to engage your own dormant stem cells causing a dedifferentiation of your own cells necessary to repair damaged tissue. 


The lab where the product originates ​is FDA approved to harvest tissue in a manner consistent with all FDA regulations pertaining to any tissue meant to be transplanted into another person. The biological allograft you receive has undergone the same levels of testing and quality control required for any organ that would be viable for human transplant. 


​The procedure also contains vitamin B and Amino Acid formulation. There is a numbing agent used to numb the area of injection.


​The procedure is known to be experimental and has been used with great success.



Revitalized Natural Health Center, L.L.C.

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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a safe, effective, and innovative treatment option for joint pain, tendon injuries, and back problems. The advantages of PRP therapy compared to other procedures include reduced downtime and improved outcomes. PRP uses the patient’s own blood platelets to jumpstart the body’s natural healing process, delivering optimum pain relief.

What conditions are treated using PRP?

PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma