Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 1. The application of the Plasmolifting technology in orthopedics, the sports medicine and post-surgical rehabilitation: indications pro and contra. Expected results.

    • Lesson 1 - Theory

  • 2

    Chapter 2 - Material and Technical Aspects of Plasmolifting PRP. Centrifuges, Test Tubes, Anticoagulants, and Needles. Tips and Advice on Collecting Blood.

    • Lesson 2 - Theory

  • 3

    Chapter 3. The Plasmolifting Practice in Orthopedics. Intra-articular and periarticular injections. Video overview of injection techniques.

About our Plasmolifting PRP courses

Our courses combine both conceptual and practical modules to provide a complete understanding of basic and advanced PRP methods and treatments. Our leaders possess a broad experience and are ready to share their advice and recommendations. Following the completion of the course you will receive a certificate in this new sphere of knowledge.
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.

Have you got any questions about our training course? Just email us: sergius@plasmolifting.world

Plasmolifting PRP FAQ

  • What is PRP in orthopedics?

    The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions has become more prevalent in recent years. Current literature has exhibited that PRP injections are relatively safe and can potentially accelerate or augment the soft tissue healing process.

  • How long does PRP therapy last?

    The technique can address male pattern baldness, stimulate the growth of hair transplants and enhance other cosmetic procedures. The results of PRP treatment are most noticeable after at least six months, and are not permanent; patients may require touch-up injections at least once a year.

  • Does PRP work for ligaments?

    A number of basic studies have demonstrated that PRP can increase both the number of cells and the cellular component by enhancing fibroblast proliferation and collagen production, and thus strengthen healed tendons and ligaments15,17,100,101.

  • Who is not a candidate for PRP injections?

    Patients with active cancers and/or infections.

  • Is PRP really effective?

    Thirty people finished the study and results showed that PRP performed much better for hair loss than Rogaine. But the study also found that your level of platelets can affect how well your own plasma works for hair loss. A lower level of blood platelets may mean that PRP isn't as effective for you.

  • Are there any special instructions?

    Initially the procedure may cause some localized soreness and discomfort. Most patients only require some extra-strength Tylenol or other acetaminophen product to help with the pain. Ice may be applied to the area as needed. Most patients are instructed to carry on their normal daily lifestyle immediately after treatment.