The timeframe for experiencing the effects of treatment can vary from person to person. Generally, patients may begin to notice some improvements within the first few weeks after the procedure, but the most significant changes typically become apparent over the following months. Here is a general timeline of what to expect after PRP treatment at [...]
Following the PRP treatment, it is common to observe some injection pin pricks on the treated area, along with mild swelling caused by the injected fluid. These reactions are temporary and typically subside within a few hours. PRP treatment is renowned for its exceptional safety profile. As it involves solely the use of your body's [...]
The blood sampling process is the same as you may have experienced at the doctor's or in hospital – it should not be painful. The application or injection of PRP is not usually too painful, although much depends on the area being treated. We can use a local anaesthetic or numbing gel if required.
Generally, we recommend a series of 3 sessions 3-6 weeks apart.
We cannot offer PRP to clients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or those with blood pathologies or cancer. Your clinician will check that this treatment is completely safe and suitable for you, taking into account any relevant medical issues or history.