Treating the Professional Athlete at CARE Esthetics in Jupiter, Florida
Your desire to compete and win drives you to push yourself to new heights. While this desire is at the root of impressive performances and personal records, neglecting pain thresholds and dangerous conduct puts you at risk of sustaining a new or reoccurring injury. These injuries may have long-term consequences, such as severe pain and suffering and the inability to compete or engage in professional sporting activity. However, when it comes to enhancing your athletic training, willpower alone may not be sufficient. Discover how PRP (platelet-rich-plasma) and PRF (platelet-rich-fibrin) injections heal your body naturally. At the center for advanced rejuvenation and esthetics (CARE) in Jupiter, FL, we provide a range of non-surgical orthopedic therapies for the professional athlete that will help you enhance your strength and peak health. The sooner you book your consultation, the sooner you can get back into the game.
It is not in your wheelhouse to sit on the sidelines or live with pain and limited range of motion as a result of an injury! At CARE we strive to provide the best sports medicine Jupiter has to offer. With proper Professional Sports Medicine, you can continue to compete at your demanding physical level and experience comfort and mobility. The following are some of the most common sports-related injuries we treat here at the Center for Advanced Rejuvenation and Esthetics (CARE):
The elbow joint is a crucial functional component of the upper extremity. Tennis players and golfers often have elbow discomfort. Ligamentous instability or overuse of the ligaments that stabilize the elbow joint are common causes. PRF injection and adequate rehab may help restore normal ligament function, relieve discomfort, and restore function. The condition must be handled as soon as possible, rather than waiting until irreversible structural damage happens to the whole elbow joint.
Giving a platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) injection for lateral elbow tendinopathy (also known as tennis elbow) may reduce pain and symptom relief.
In the case of muscular injuries, research shows that the use of autologous conditioned serum and PRP/PRF may help speed up the healing process.
Players suffering from patellar tendinitis (Knee tendon pain) may benefit from PRF treatment, which is both safe and promising. In an effort to determine its involvement in tendon-related injuries, researchers discovered that injecting PRF into the knee is a positive step in treating patellar tendonitis. The introduction of cytokine and growth factor-rich plasma to your knee results in visible improvements seen on an MRI. It is also worth mentioning that PRF helps with pain and inflammation.
PRP/PRF treatment helps speed up the healing process for athletes with mild to moderate rotator cuff injuries. In addition, rotator cuff injury sufferers have found PRP/PRF treatments to relieve their pain effectively.
The Achilles tendon is responsible for linking the calf to the heel, which is a critical function. Achilles tendinitis is more common among runners, football players, and other athletes who engage in high-impact sports. According to one study, long-term use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) may help to reduce the symptoms of chronic Achilles tendinitis.
Many physicians advocate surgery after an ACL, LCL, or MCL injury, but an operation on your knee is both intrusive and invasive. However, it is possible to repair tears without surgery with non-surgical Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy. While this treatment has a high success rate, it cannot guarantee your total recovery. However, it does have a reasonable probability of speeding up the repair of the damage, so physical therapy is the only thing that may be required to complete your healing process. Platelet-rich-plasma therapy is utilized as a safe and successful alternative to knee surgery.
Athletes don’t want to find themselves in a situation where they’ve been injured. PRP/PRF technology, on the other hand, may be able to assist in such a scenario. There have been more than 20 years of PRP (or platelet-rich plasma) treatment in use in the medical community. Ultimately, this autologous extract may significantly impact the pro-athlete since the platelets can be used as a medical sports therapy. PRP/PRF treatments are safe and effective as a pain-relieving and therapeutic approach.
High-speed centrifugation is used to extract platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from blood. First, the blood’s red, white, and stem cells are separated into two layers, with the heavier red, white, and stem cells sinking to the bottom. Meanwhile, the top layers of an anticoagulant-containing tube encompasses lighter platelets and plasma. PRF has evolved into much more of a successful therapy for treating professional athletes, with far better long-term outcomes. It's made by centrifuging blood at a lower speed, which separates the blood into layers without the use of anticoagulant chemicals.
This allows specific white cells, growth factors, stem cells, and platelets to be collected from a tube without the need of additional chemicals that prevent clotting. Many physicians and orthopedic professionals regard PRF to be the future in professional sports medicine.
PRF/PRP orthopedic therapies for sports performance and physical rehabilitation are growing in popularity. One of CARE Esthetics' signature services for sports and professional athletes is non-surgical orthopedic treatments using PRP/PRF. Our flagship location in Jupiter, Florida, hosts PRP/PRF orthopedic treatments performed by a world-renowned expert every month. Dr. Richard Miron and Dr. Robert Talac are the nation's finest experts on PRF in regenerative medicine, and they are the driving force behind its development.
Dr. Miron was one of the first to establish PRF in regenerative therapy and is now one of the country's foremost experts on the technique. The demand for such treatments among patients has never been greater. As the industry progresses, it is becoming more important for medical practitioners to provide safe, evidence-based therapies with the fewest potential side effects. Dr. Robert Talac, the Chief Olympic doctor, visits our Jupiter facility once a month to perform PRF injection therapies on professional athletes.
As a spine surgeon who has contributed to several textbooks, Dr. Talac is dedicated to doing clinical research that will ultimately benefit his patients. He is the primary author of more than 50 scientific papers to date. In addition, the International Association of Orthopedic Surgeons recognized him as a Top Orthopedic Spine Surgeon. He has also received the Patient Choice Award and Most Compassionate Doctor Award several times.
Our professional Sports Medicine therapies can help you to recover and flourish when an injury takes you out of the game. At CARE Esthetics, we treat injuries for professional athletes with a range of professional sports medicine approaches designed to reduce pain and promote healing. Our objective is to ensure that you don't miss a beat when playing or performing at your best. Schedule your private consultation today.
There are little to no adverse effects since your body knows your own platelets. While bruising and swelling are typical effects of any injection, these symptoms subside relatively quickly.
Your PRF/PRP injections should be somewhat painless. Furthermore, numbing creams or local anesthetic may be added to the solution to help alleviate any discomfort.
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