PRP Treatments At Regen Revolution

Denver PRP Injection Therapy

As an active adult, you want your body to look, feel, and perform as efficiently as possible. However, as we age, many notice their bodies beginning to slow down. From aches, pains, and injuries, to a decline in sexual performance and an increase the visible signs of aging, it can be frustrating to feel like you are losing control of your body. But there is a natural way to combat these negative effects that come along with age, in the form of Platelet Rich Plasma Treatments at Regen Revolution!

Aging can naturally break down some of the tissues within our body, causing inefficiencies. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments are a type of regenerative care that encourages damaged tissue to repair and regrow. These treatments increase function within damaged tissue, so you can get back to the most confident version of YOU.

What is Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment and Regenerative Care?

The intention of all regenerative care services, including PRP Treatment, is to reconstruct, replace or supplement damaged cells with healthy tissues. PRP Treatment provides the body with proteins, cytokines, and/or medicinal signaling cells, which are injected into injured or damaged areas to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal tissues.

This type of injection works quickly to signal native stem cells to stimulate your body’s natural healing response. Even after one treatment, many of our patients report experiencing a reduction in their pain, improved function, and decreased symptoms.

There are many options when it comes to regenerative care from PRP injections, and our staff will work directly with you to determine what type of treatment is the best fit for your needs.

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Is Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment Right for Me?

PRP Treatments can serve a variety of individuals who are experiencing a wide range of symptoms associated with injury and aging. A solution for joint pain, sexual performance, firmer skin, and hair restoration are just a few of the conditions that PRP can help combat…naturally.

Several common PRP Treatments are listed below:

Several common PRP Treatments are listed below:

PRP Orthopedics

  • Joint Injections: For those with joint pain due to arthritis, injury, or aging

PRP Sexual Health

  • P Shot: Natural sexual enhancement for men looking to improve sexual performance
  • O Shot: Natural sexual enhancement for women who are looking to improve sexual performance

PRP Aesthetic Services

  • Facial Rejuvenation – Regenerative care for those looking to restore the youthful contour and fullness of the face
  • Hair Restoration – For both men and women seeking to restore and stimulate natural hair growth
  • Vampire Breast Life – Rejuvenate the elasticity, fullness, and firmness of your breasts; the natural way
  • Vampire Face Lift – Sculpt the face for a younger-looking shape and newfound glow, without the unnatural appearance of many cosmetic surgeries

Unsure which treatment is right for you? Reach out to our team of treatment professionals. Together, we can discuss your wellness goals, and determine if Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment in Denver is the best fit for your needs.

What to Expect: Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment in Denver

Whatever PRP treatment you have selected, rest assured that our team will walk you through the process, every step of the way. Most of our treatments will begin with an initial consultation so we can learn more about you, the challenges you face, and your wellness or aesthetic goals.

Depending on the treatment that is the best fit for your needs, the number of sessions necessary will vary, as will preparation and side effects. For the majority of PRP treatments, side effects are very mild, and may include soreness and bruising at the injection site.

Questions, comments, or concerns? Rest assured that our team members are here to assist you at any time and ensure that you are equipped with everything you need for a successful treatment.

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Types of Regenerative Care:

  • Bone Marrow
  • Adipose (Fat)
  • PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)  
  • Ozone
Platelet Rich Plasma Injections:
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints.
Ozone Injections:
Ozone therapies help remove harmful free radicals from the body, prevent tissue damage, as well as improve local circulation. These injections have a cumulative effect; ozone activates the immune system, and heals damaged cells, protecting them from future oxidative stress.
Types of Stem Cells

Stem cells have two similar attributes: self-renewal and differentiation. The former means an ability to make copies of themselves. The latter implies an ability to develop into more specialized cells. Despite these two essential abilities, some dissimilarities also exist among them.

Embryonic Stem Cells
These stem cells form in the blastocyst, a hollow ball of cells that emerges between 72 to 120 hours after fertilizing an egg by a sperm. The blastocyst is what later becomes the embryo. Cell differentiation begins with the implanting of the embryo in the uterus. This type of stem cell differentiates into more cell types than the adult type. Embryonic stem cells are pluripotent. This means they can differentiate into every cell type in the human body apart from the placenta and umbilical cord cells.  (Research purposes only)

Embryonic stem cells originate from the blastocyst, a hollow sphere of cells that develops 3 to 5 days after fertilization. Upon implantation in the uterus, cell differentiation starts to occur. Embryonic stem cells are known for their pluripotency, as they are able to differentiate into a wide range of cell types found in the human body, except for cells of the umbilical cord and placenta. Compared to adult stem cells, they possess greater differentiation potential. (Research purposes only)

Adult Stem Cells
Adult stem cells are also known as tissue-specific or somatic stem cells. They start forming as soon as the embryo emerges and can be found in adult tissues like bone marrow. They are not as abundant as embryonic cells. Scientists previously believed that tissue-specific cells could not differentiate into other cells. But this notion no longer holds, according to recent research. For instance, bone marrow cells can differentiate into brain cells, etc.

Adult stem cells, also called somatic or tissue-specific stem cells, begin to develop as soon as the embryo forms and can be located in adult tissues such as bone marrow. Although not as prevalent as embryonic cells, they have the ability to differentiate into other cell types, contrary to previous beliefs. Recent research has demonstrated that tissue-specific cells can differentiate into diverse cell types, such as brain cells, from bone marrow cells, for example.

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

These are adult cells that are genetically programmed to exhibit the characteristics of embryonic stem cells. They help scientists in the invention and testing of new therapies and medications, among other uses. Notable advancements in this field include reprogramming regular connective tissue cells into functional heart cells in animals. Injecting these new heart cells into animals with failing hearts led to improvements in heart function and survival time.

Perinatal Stem Cells

Perinatal stem cells were discovered in amniotic fluid and umbilical cord blood. Amniotic fluid is found in the sac that surrounds and protects a growing fetus in the womb. One of their characteristics is the ability to develop into specialized cells. This area requires more scientific scrutiny for further comprehension of the potential of amniotic fluid stem cells.

Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSC)
Mesenchymal stromal cells are rare, non-hematopoietic progenitor cells of mesodermal and neuroectodermal derivation. At birth, these cells can be found in certain tissue niches, usually in a perivascular distribution.
MSCs can be used to develop new body tissues such as cartilage, bone, and fat cells. There is a possibility of using them to tackle a broad range of health challenges in the future.
Classification of Stem Cells by Differentiation Potential
  • Totipotent stem cells
  • Pluripotent stem cells
  • Multipotent stem cells
  • Oligopotent stem cells
Unipotent stem cells

Pursuing Full-Body Wellness with Platelet Rich Plasma Treatments

If you are ready to take charge of your overall well-being and find a new level of confidence in your joint health, sexual experience, and overall aesthetic, Platelet Rich Plasma Treatments in Denver could be your ideal solution. Reach out to our team at any time to learn more about PRP treatments and we can help you reach your health and wellness goals, the natural way. We look forward to hearing from you soon!