Discover how PRP becomes the solution that fuses advanced scientific technology with the body’s natural healing properties. Unlike surgery, you receive a minimal to a non-invasive procedure, giving you a ‘leg up’ on recovery.
~ Dr. Kauffman
PRP Vs. Surgery
A Perfect Match: Cutting-edge Technology + Natural Healing Processes
If given the choice, would you rather have a surgery or go out for dinner?
Few (if any) would choose the first option over the second. Surgery — no matter how minimal — is a procedure most would rather avoid, it is painful and often requires a prolonged recovery time.
This is why traditional treatments for body healing and regeneration are seldom ideal. Surgery and injections are invasive, come with long and intensive recovery periods and are not guaranteed to work.
But what if you could forgo these invasive procedures for a solution that fuses advanced scientific technology with the body’s natural healing properties.
This is what a PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment promises, the ideal combination of modern medical practices with the intuitive healing our body naturally performs.
PRP: a Better Alternative
Because PRP is minimally invasive, the procedure itself is relatively short and comes with a quick and easy recovery period.
PRP takes advantage of modern technology in order to enrich blood with platelets that work to stimulate healing of soft tissue. So, rather than healing and regenerating the body through unnatural, invasive procedures, PRP uses the body’s natural methods of healing in an innovative way.
By the body healing naturally, this should promote a permanent solution to bodily pain and wear. PRP therapy relieves pain without the risks of surgery, general anesthesia, or hospital stays and without a prolonged recovery. In fact, most people return to their jobs or usual activities right after the procedure.
So, back to the initial choice, surgery or a dinner out? With PRP as an option the answer seems like a no-brainer!
If you think this PRP procedure may be the best treatment option for you, or if you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Stuart A. Kauffman.