If you’ve ever yearned for a natural solution to issues like hair loss, arthritis pain, wrinkles, fine lines or even sports-related injuries, you may want to consider trying PRP treatments. Opposed to solutions that may incorporate synthetics or surgery, PRP therapy incorporates the body’s own growth factors for regeneration and healing.
If you’re considering PRP treatment in Philadelphia (or surrounding areas), Kauffman PRP offers a number of options from PRP hair treatment and facials to sports-related injuries and cosmetic regeneration.
PRP Treatment in Philadelphia, Serving Main Line, the Tri-State Area, and More
In addition to providing PRP treatment in Philadelphia and beyond, Kauffman PRP has an equally extensive scope of services to offer clientele.
The versatility of PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections in treating a number of conditions, is owed exclusively to the human body. Each person’s individual growth factors can be used to help naturally heal and regenerate specific areas. At Kauffman, we offer PRP injections to:
- Encourage new hair growth
- Treat sports-related injuries such as tendonitis, muscle and ligament sprains and more
- Target areas that have been affected by arthritis
- Regenerate collagen to reduce scarring, sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines and other signs of aging
What are the Benefits of Receiving PRP treatments?
In addition to utilizing only the own body’s healing properties, PRP is a permanent procedure that only required minimal downtime in comparison to similar treatments.
Unlike steroid injections for injuries or Botox injections for the face, PRP does not contain any synthetic material.
For those wondering if excessive treatments are required, not necessarily. Although results will vary depending on individual circumstances, typically 3 to 4 treatments are all that’s required, and noticeable results will become evident around 4 weeks following a full-round of PRP treatments.
Best of all, PRP is not painful. Again, each PRP session can be done quickly with minimal downtime involved.
If you’d like to know more about PRP treatment in Philadelphia, or how to schedule a consultation, contact us today.