The purpose of regenerative medicine is to recover damaged tissues. It can be applied using different methods, using autologous tissues which boost the recovery and repair of tissues.
Of all of the different technological approaches, the most revolutionary and widely-used regenerative therapy is currently Plasma Rich in Growth Factors.
Plasma Rich in Growth Factors
Thanks to the positive results displayed, Plasma Rich in Growth Factors has revolutionised the field of regenerative medicine. It is a personalised technology which can currently be applied to capillary, facial, dermal and articular treatments.
With this technique, it is possible to isolate, concentrate and extract from the blood the proteins that are used to carry out essential function of repairing tissue. These proteins are the growth factor and stimulate self-repair.
With its application in aesthetic treatments, it has been used to achieve, among other things, a natural production of hyaluronic acid, skin with greater homogenous properties, an increase in consistency and hydration, a reduction in damages from exposure to sun and an increase in the luminosity of skin.
By applying this treatment to orthopaedics and/or sports medicine, it can be used to effectively treat chronic tendinitis and the joints where the most irritating injuries occur, as well as to slow down the progression of osteoarthritis and reduce the pain and inflammation it causes. This treatment helps to reduce recovery times for muscular injuries and, in some cases, it can be used instead of surgical procedures.
It can also be used to in cases of patients’ well-being, as it can be used to treat hair loss, by improving the quality of dermo-epidermal tissue, increasing hair density and thickness, and reducing hair-loss rate, without causing any type of rejection.
Plasma Rich in Growth Factors also makes it possible to treat all types of ulcers caused by diabetes, helping to heal them with excellent results.
The application of Plasma Rich in Growth Factors has even extended to different fields within medicine, showing its effectiveness in accelerating tissue regeneration.