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What is PRP ?

PRP Stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma. Platelets are essential components of blood that play a crucial role in clotting and wound healing. They contain numerous growth factors and proteins that promote tissue repair, stimulate cell growth, and enhance the body's natural healing processes. 

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is drawn from a sample of the customer’s own blood at the time of treatment. After extraction, the blood is spun during a process called differential centrifugation to separate it into its constituent parts. By isolating and concentrating the platelets, PRP therapy aims to deliver a higher concentration of growth factors to the targeted area, thereby accelerating healing and regeneration of new cells. The concentrated PRP solution is typically injected into the targeted area, although other delivery methods such as topical application or intraoperative use can also be employed.

How can the natural benefits of PRP help you?

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PRP for ​Aesthetics

 Facial Rejuvenation

PRP can be used to enhance facial aesthetics by improving skin texture, tone, and elasticity. It can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars, resulting in a more youthful and revitalized appearance.

 Hair Restoration

PRP has emerged as a promising treatment for hair loss. By injecting PRP into the scalp, it can stimulate hair follicles, promote hair growth, and increase hair thickness. This makes it a potential alternative to traditional hair restoration methods.

PRP for Musculoskeletal Problems

Orthopaedic Injuries 

PRP has been used as a treatment option for various musculoskeletal injuries, such as tendonitis, ligament sprains, and muscle strains. By injecting PRP into the affected area, it can help stimulate tissue regeneration, accelerate healing, and reduce pain and inflammation.


PRP therapy has shown promising results in managing osteoarthritis. By injecting PRP into the affected joint, it can potentially promote cartilage regeneration, reduce pain, and improve joint function, offering an alternative to more invasive treatments like surgery or long-term medication use.

Sports Injuries 

Athletes often turn to PRP therapy to aid in the recovery of sports-related injuries, such as tendon and ligament tears. PRP can help facilitate the healing process, enhance tissue regeneration, and expedite the return to sports activities.


PRP at first glance

Procedure time

30 mins - 1hr


Pain and swelling should go down within 7 days


Topical anesthetic cream is applied 


Prices start from £250

Back to work

You can return to work immediately 


For best results a minimum course of 3 injections are required

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