INJECTION THERAPY FOR JOINTS
Plasma is the liquid component of blood that suspends our red and white blood cells as they travel throughout our blood vessels. Plasma contains proteins, nutrients, glucose, antibodies, and other components. Injection therapy has been enriched with high concentration of bodies that contain growth factors and other proteins that stimulate tissue regeneration and promote healing of soft tissue and bones. When injected into the joint, injection therapy has the ability to reduce inflammation, slow the progression of conditions such as arthritis, and stimulate formation of new cartilage. It can also increase the natural lubrication in the joint.