Premier Clinic is very happy to present a brand new type of PRP treatment in our branches for our customers, known as Cellular Matrix PRP. This is a form of osteoarthritis treatment that has several benefits for individuals suffering from pain in their knee joints. Also called degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis is a chronic issue that happens when the cartilage holding the joints together begin to break down, resulting in pain, stiffness and even swelling.
Clinical studies have shown that Cellular Matrix PRP for arthritis can provide a great boost to the function of the joints for most patients choosing this treatment, while also providing pain relief. This is a big improvement to life quality, and it is also considered a viable alternative treatment to knee surgery, which is suitable for individuals that are concerned about undergoing an operation.
HOW CELLULAR MATRIX PRP WORKS?
Your doctor will kick off the procedure by drawing some blood, similar to the process of a blood test. This blood is needed for the specialised machine to help isolate the platelets, plasma and blood cells which are crucial to the effectiveness of the Cellular Matrix treatment. The isolated substance is then mixed together with hyaluronic acid to create the treatment solution, with a fine needle used to inject the substance into your body to start the repairing process.
What the hyaluronic acid does is bind moisture together which will help to create volume, in addition to boosting the migration and regeneration of the dermal cells. As a result of this, a network of chains formed by the hyaluronic acid will start to form in the treatment area which holds the cells together. This will boost the strength of the knee, as well as relieving the pain caused by the broken down cartilage. In turn, the PRP solution will improve the rate of production of collagen, which results in a volumising effect that will help to replace the cartilage.
Combining the best of both normal PRP treatment and hyaluronic acid, Cellular Matrix for osteoarthritis treatment is designed for effective treatment. The platelets from the PRP treatment helps to repair the hard and soft tissue that has broken down as it contains growth factors that can improve the rate of the healing process. As for the plasma, it helps to stimulate tissue regrowth as it contains many hormones, vitamins and nutrients that are crucial for this procedure to be effective.
The main difference between regular PRP treatment and Cellular Matrix PRP for arthritis is that the latter is a much more effective treatment than the former. This is due to the addition of hyaluronic acid to the PRP solution that is derived from the patient’s blood. In addition, Cellular Matrix for osteoarthritis treatment has been shown to be much more effective than just hyaluronic acid injections or regular PRP treatment on its own.
As of now, there are no known serious side effects following the Cellular Matrix PRP for arthritis procedure, as it is recognised as a safe alternative to knee surgery, as outlined at the start of this article.
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RESULTS AFTER PRP TREATMENT
During the consultation session prior to starting treatment, your doctor will provide advice and guidance about what you can expect before and after the Cellular Matrix PRP treatment for arthritis, and potential minor side effects, if any. It is important to take your doctor’s advice into account as results may differ from individual to individual. Typically the treatment’s effects should last about 6 months to 1 year, but this will vary depending on the condition of your osteoarthritis.
If you are keen to schedule a complimentary consultation session to discuss possible Cellular Matrix PRP for osteoarthritis, do not hesitate to call/WhatsApp 016-706 0101 (Puchong branch) or 012-662 5552 (TTDI/Bangsar/KL City branch). Alternatively, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.