Autologous Conditioned plasma therapy for treatment of Sports injuries
Autologous conditioned plasma (ACP), also known as PRP, refers to an Autologous plasma with a concentrated number of platelets and in which the erythrocytes and leukocytes have been separated out to the greatest extent. Platelets play a central role in wound healing and regeneration. They contain a variety of growth factors such as PDGF, TGF, VEGF, and EGF, which are released following activation by thrombin or collagen.
Applications of Autologous Conditioned Plasma (ACP) Therapy:
Platelet rich plasma has been clinically validated and established as a treatment concept in a wide variety of medical disciplines for a long time. PRP particularly appeals to patients looking for a natural treatment result without the use of foreign substances in addition to aesthetic medicine, dermatology and plastic surgery. PRP has also been used in Orthopedics and sports medicines for many years, primarily to treat muscle and tendon injuries and also in the treatment of Arthritis.