5 Reasons to Add PRP to Your Sports Medicine Practice
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https://apexbiologix.com/apex-products/ - Our business model at Apex Biologix revolves around selling things like stem cell and PRP injection kits to doctors and clinics. We essentially carry the equipment and supplies they need to offer stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapies to their patients. So we have a vested interest in encouraging doctors to consider adding regenerative medicine to the practices.

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5 Reasons to Add PRP to Your Sports Medicine Practice
Our business model at Apex Biologix revolves aroundselling things like stem cell and PRP injection kitsto doctors and clinics. We essentially carry the equipment and supplies they need to offer stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapies to their patients. So we have a vested interest in encouraging doctors to consider adding regenerative medicine to the practices.
Having said that, our interest in regenerative medicine goes well beyond just selling PRP injection kits. We believe in it as a viable form of medicine and an alternative to more invasive procedures. We are especially excited about regenerative medicine as it applies to sports medicine.
If you are a doctor specializing in sports medicine, we invite you to consider the following five reasons to add PRP to your practice:
1. There Is History Behind It
Despite what many people believe, PRP injections are not new. Neither are stem cell injections. Doctors and clinics have been using them for decades for a variety of purposes. PRP injections have been used to encourage better bone healing following spinal surgery. Plastic surgeons have been relying on PRP injections to promote soft tissue recovery for years. PRP therapy is not new, and it is not quackery.
2. Athletes Swear by It
The ǁhole poiŶt of sports ŵediĐiŶe is to treat athletes, right? So it’s iŵportaŶt to uŶderstaŶd ǁhat athletes thiŶk aďout PRP injections. Just do a quick internet search and you will find all the information you need to know. In short, there is no shortage of athletes who swear by it.
Professional baseball players, particularly pitchers, rave about PRP injections to help heal elbow injuries that would otherwise require surgery. Football players frequently talk about how regenerative medicine saved their knees. Pro tennis players talk about PRP injections for tennis elbow. The list goes on and on.
3. It Is Minimally Invasive
One thing nearly every athlete fears is sustaining injuries serious enough to require surgery. The problem with surgery is its invasiveness. Going under the knife may get an athlete back into competition at some point in the future but it could also end thatathlete’s Đoŵpetitiǀe Đareer. SurgerLJ is riskLJ; there is Ŷo ǁaLJ arouŶd it. PRP is ŵiŶiŵallLJ iŶǀasiǀe, aŶd therefore minimally risky.
4. It Actually Promotes Natural Healing
Another big appeal of PRP therapy for athletes is that it actually promotes healing. Drugs mask symptoms while surgeries aim to fix problems mechanically. PRP injections, along with their stem cell cousins, encourage the body to heal itself rather thaŶ relLJiŶg oŶ edžterŶal ŵeaŶs. No, it doesŶ’t alǁaLJs ǁork. But ǁheŶ it does ǁork, it ǁorks well.
Scarring is something else to consider in the arena of natural healing. The formation of scar tissue can hinder an athlete’s perforŵaŶĐe, ǁhiĐh is ǁhLJ iŶǀasiǀe surgeries do Ŷot alǁaLJs produĐe the ďest results. PRP iŶjeĐtioŶs do Ŷot leave scars behind. Furthermore, the growth factors in blood platelets limit the formation of internal scar tissue. This promotes better healing.
5. The Applications Are Numerous
Finally, PRP injections are ideal for athletes because the applications are numerous. Sports medicine doctors use the injections to treat ligaments, tendons, muscle, and cartilage. PRP injections have applications for stress fractures and knee injuries as well.
Whether your practice purchases stem cell and PRP injection kits from us or not, we would still encourage you to consider adding regenerative medicine to your list of sports medicine procedures. Procedures like stem cell and PRP injections are a legitimate and viable alternative to the other treatments you offer. Why not give your patients as many options as possible?