Platelet Rich Plasma & Stem Cell Therapy

The clinic was one of the first sports medicine centres in Australia to use PRP treatment for muscle and tendon injuries.

It also has extended its use to treat arthritic joints to help the articular cartilage regenerate.

The process involves taking a sample of your own blood and spinning it over 10-15 minutes to concentrate the platelets in the plasma, which can then be injected into an injured area. This allows the body’s own growth factors in the plasma and platelets to naturally accelerate healing of injured areas.

The Clinic also now offers cell stem therapy. This involves the autologous adipose tissue derived mescenchymal stem cell therapy for the treatment of arthritis.

Click below for Gibbs, Diamond et al’s published stem cell paper “Management of knee osteoarthritis from Journal of Pain Research.”

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Related Search: Dr Nathan Gibbs – Stem Cell Therapy

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