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Harness the Healing Power That Exists Within You

The Importance of Platelets

Patients are seeking alternative health care options for healing their bodies naturally. More than ever, they are turning away from prescription medications and are seeking holistic options that will allow your body to heal itself from the inside out. Platelet Therapy™ is a therapeutic concentration of your own platelets, along with healing growth factors found in your own blood. Why Platelets? Most people believe that the platelet’s main responsibility is for clotting, while this is true, platelets are probably the most important cellular component circulating in your bloodstream. The platelets are like drones in your body, they prevent blood loss during healing and platelets also signal for white blood cells while binding around pathogen, viruses, and bacteria to fight off diseases.


We now know the platelet is solely responsible for initiating and coordinating the five stage healing cascade as well as our immune defense cascade. But what happens when these two healing and immune cascades get interrupted? Chronic Pain and Autoimmune disorders can develop. This is where Platelet Therapy™ comes into play. In order to re-initiate both of these cascades a therapeutic concentration of 1.5 Billion platelets per mL needs to be injected either localized or systemically. Clinicians that utilize Platelet Therapy™ technology are able to provide a customized therapy, based on your unique biology and condition. They are also able to validate your concentration before it is injected too. Your body and symptoms are unique, and your therapy should be tailored specifically for you.


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Autoimmune / Autoinflammatory Disorders
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Understanding the Difference of Platelet Therapy™

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has been used since the 1970s to help patients recover from surgery and alleviate chronic pain. This one-size-fits-all approach has led to inconsistent outcomes for patients. Platelet Therapy™ provides a consistent and personalized cell therapy based on a patient’s unique biology. A simple fingerstick determines your baseline platelet count the day of treatment. Your specific blood draw volume will be determined to achieve a minimum therapeutic concentration of 1.5 billion platelets per mL injected. Once drawn, your blood is spun twice in a centrifuge to achieve a target platelet concentration. Your Platelet Therapy™ will be tested to confirm it is a therapeutic concentration for healing. Optimize your body’s ability to heal itself from the inside out, Platelet Therapy™ is a super physiological concentration of platelets, growth factors, exosomes, and a variety of healing components.

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Safe and Effective Alternative for Injury and Illness Healing

The Healing Cascade is the process our body goes through to heal itself, whether it’s suffered a paper cut or traumatic brain injury. If the wound isn’t healed within a specific timeframe, it then becomes chronic. Platelet Therapy™ is used to kickstart the body’s Healing Cascade to focus on localized healing or chronic conditions that our body inherently knows how to prioritize and heal. This unique process helps to improve patient recovery from a wide variety of injuries and illnesses. Learn about the body’s natural repair process:

  • Injury Signaling – Once an injury occurs, the platelets in your blood signal your body to dedicate healing resources to the area.
  • Inflammation – Inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process as it allows room for the healing resources to do their job.
  • Blood Vessel Growth – Blood vessels help deliver healing resources to the injury site. Platelets help grow blood vessels in a process called angiogenesis.
  • Movement of Healing Resources – Once the healing resources can access the injury, they will produce healthy cells to replace the damaged tissue.
  • Remodeling – Remaining resources will continue restoring function until the injury is completely healed.

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