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 PLATELET RICH PLASMA INJECTIONS

Platelet-rich plasma makes it possible to heal painful injuries, using a person's own blood.

Platelet-rich plasma injection, or PRP injection, is used to support tissue regeneration. PRP is used for a variety of common orthopedic conditions. PRP is a concentration of platelet cells taken from your blood, and these platelets have growth factors that may help in the healing process of chronic injuries. Growth factors are chemicals that signal the body to initiate a healing response. By injecting PRP into areas of an injury, the hope is to stimulate and optimize your body's ability to heal the chronic conditions. PRP contains a high concentration of platelets, other blood cells important in healing, and growth factors. Dr. Dupon offers Platelet rich plasma injections in Lafayette, LA. Call us today for a free consultation.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long does it take?
The entire procedure takes about 30 minutes to perform.
How many treatments are needed?
The number of treatments needed depends on each individual patient, the desired outcome, and your treatment plan.
Is the treatment painful?
Unlike other products that are acidic (low pH), Selphyl® PRFM has close to physiologic pH. There may be some temporary discomfort during the injections. Like all injection procedures, one can experience occasional redness and bruising immediately following the treatment that resolves quickly.
Are there any side affects?
There have been no known side effects associated with Selphyl® reported to date. As with any injectable procedure, some patients may experience some mild and temporary irritation, swelling, bruising, itching, discoloration or tenderness at the injection site.
Can anyone be allergic to SELPHYL®?
There is virtually no risk of allergic reaction. The Selphyl® PRFM System is used to rapidly collect and isolate a patient’s own PRFM for injection and contains no animal or synthetic products.
How much does it cost?
 $400 this includes initial consultation and first treatment.