When your PRP is Photo-Activated (PAPRP) you jump-start the natural healing cascade
The PAPRP procedure is simple. Your blood is withdrawn as usual, spun in a centrifuge and the PRP is collected from the top of the Tubes, which contain an anticoagulant, and then transferred into a syringe. After this standard procedure, your doctor places the syringe into the chamber of AdiLight-2 for an extra 10 minutes to photoActivate the PRP (see the procedure described on the other side of this leaflet).
The process has now been widely shown to significantly reduce joint pain and accelerate healing. PAPRP adds AdiLight-2’s anti-inflammatory benefits of photoActivation to the PRP, which is concentrated source of platelets rich in growth factors, and cytokines that accelerate and enhance the healing of bone and soft tissue.
For patients this means two things. The aggravated pain of a standard PRP procedure in the affected area is significantly reduced by the photoActivation process which reduces inflammation, increases the production of natural pain killers and releases beta endorphins. This means relief from pain in a couple of days – rather than in weeks or months if photoActivation is not used.
The PAPRP Therapy has also been found to stimulate cartilage and tissue repair and to reduce pain and inflammation to the extent of either delaying invasive surgery – or even making it unnecessary.
Note: PhotoActivated PRP (PAPRP) is also being used successfully in cosmetic and aesthetic procedures for facial rejuvenation – and for hair loss via injection into the scalp.