By mastering various PRP procedures, you will greatly expand your knowledge base and professional opportunities with the help of the next generation biotechnological solution that does not require significant investment. PRP Plasmolifting technology works both as monotherapy and in combination with other treatments. It ensures a fantastic therapeutic effect for the patient and a stable income for the doctor.
Our mission is to make this opportunity available to all doctors, regardless of their location. This is a great chance to master the popular techniques required by thousands of patients. You can complete our Plasmolifting PRP training modules at your own pace, in a comfortable and convenient environment. You can always review the parts of our course that are most interesting to you.
He is the holder of 5 patents for the use of autologous blood plasma for therapeutic purposes and the author of more than 75 scientific publications. He was a speaker at SIME and AIMAA international conferences in 2018.
What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?
PRP is Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), also known as autologous conditioned plasma, is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells.
PRP clinical applications
PRP is widely used in aesthetic medicine, trichology, orthopedics, urology, dentistry, gynecology and other branches of medicine. PRP is injected into the affected region to stimulate and enhance healing.
What is it Plasmolifting PRP method and what is the difference between PRP and Plasmolifting PRP?
PRP is the abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plasma. Essentially, the Plasmolifting method is a PRP method. Plasmolifting is the trade name of a technology in PRP therapy.
Is PRP experimental?
Like other new medical technology, the science behind PRP is still developing. There are numerous Level I and II studies attesting to the safety and efficacy of use with specific musculoskeletal conditions.
Is PRP painful?
While everyone’s pain tolerances vary, patient’s report a range of discomfort from mild to moderate with PRP injections. A needle is used to draw blood from a vein in the arm initially and then small needles are used to perform the actual injection(s).
What are the possible side effects?
As with any type of injection, there is a small risk of infection, injury to blood vessels and risk of bleeding. There is a small risk of injury to a tendon or ligament when injected. While not truly considered a side effect, many patients will experience increased pain or discomfort for a temporary period following the treatment. If you have been ill or running fever, it is advisable to discuss this with the physician before considering this type of treatment.
What is the difference between PRP and Stem Cells?
PRP contains natural growth factors and vital proteins that can help heal injured areas of soft tissue. Following injection of PRP, stem cells are recruited to the area to promote tissue healing. In general, PRP is used to treat conditions that often have the ability to heal themselves but may require a “jumpstart”, whereas stem cells are used in cases of more advanced conditions such as degenerative arthritis, bony defects, and in cases of spinal disc degeneration.
Who is Dr. Renat Akhmerov?
The inventor of the procedure is the Russian scientist R.R. Akhmerov. His articles on this subject are the oldest and the word “Plasmolifting” was invented by R.R. Akhmerov.