If you’re looking for real pain relief without going the surgery route, it’s time to consider PRP treatments to rid you of back pain. Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a way to boost the body’s natural healing response, harnessing the incredible power of recovery that has been helping you heal from injuries since you were a baby. The procedure is minimally invasive with little to no risk and considerably more affordable than surgery and similar treatments.
Types of back pain that have been successfully treated by the natural therapies offered at Carolina Pain Relief Center include:
- Slipped disc
- Muscle strains
- Herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
- And more
If you’re tired of having your movements and activities controlled by your back pain, reach out to the caring staff of Carolina Pain Relief Center to see how we can help.
How Does PRP Work?
By taking a small sample of the patient’s own blood and spinning it at high speed in a centrifuge, the blood separates, allowing us to extract the plasma on its own and use that to stimulate and accelerate the natural healing process.
Since this plasma is so rich in healing properties (such as growth factors, cytokines, and proteins), it helps spur recovery in the area it gets injected into. By targeting the damaged tissue within the back that is causing the pain, we are able to help speed recovery in that area with the PRP injections. By targeting the source of the problem, we aim to help our patients find real, lasting relief for good.
Many practitioners simply mask the symptoms of the problem, prescribing painkillers or the like, instead of addressing what is causing the problem. It’s not their fault, though; unfortunately, this is what medical school teaches these days. But advanced practitioners are working to change that landscape, offering new hope to patients who want to avoid surgery and a lifetime of drugs. With this natural treatment available, thousands of patients have been able to get out of pain for good.
Find out if you are a candidate for PRP treatments to rid you of back pain by setting up your initial consultation with Carolina Pain Relief Center today.