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  • What is Orthogen PRP?

    PRP or platelet-rich plasma is a substance that helps in mending when infused. Plasma is that part of the blood which assists with shaping the coagulation when there is a cut. Plasma likewise comprises proteins that help in the development of cells. PRP has been created by the specialists by isolating plasma from blood and afterward thinning it. The idea driving PRP is that, infusing PRP into the tissues which are harmed and helping the body to develop new sound cells and furthermore to advance the mending of the harmed cells. PRP infusions are utilized to knee pain, treat torn ligaments, tendinitis, muscle wounds, joint pain related agony, and joint wounds. They're getting increasingly basic for corrective methodology, as well. For instance, dermatologists and hair substitution specialists use PRP infusions to treat a sort of male pattern baldness called androgenic alopecia...

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    Joint pain and Covid 19: what you should know.

    Covid 19 has a wide variety of symptoms and pain in the joints is one of them. Though, that does not necessarily mean that one has the Covid 19 infection, recent research has found that nearly 15 percent of Covid patients experience pain in the joints. Whether or not one is a Covid 19 patient, if you are experiencing pain in the knees, hips and other joints, the following are most commonly suggested to protect the joints and control the pain...

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    Post Covid 19 related Hair loss and its management

    Hair fall can be caused by many factors like poor and insufficient diet, poor hair care and of course stress. But, post Covid 19 hair loss can be very different and last for months. This is due to a condition called...

  • Importance of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment for Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Importance of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment for Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Osteoarthritis occurs when the protective cartilage acting as a cushion at the end of bones wears down. But, Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, where the body's own immune system attacks healthy cells, causing painful swelling. Both affect the joints. And, both respond positively to PRP therapy.

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