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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is an innovative treatment that stimulates the body’s natural healing process and uses the patient’s own cells to promote accelerated healing of injured tissues. It works by delivering powerful growth factors that stimulate and improve blood supply to the injured area and nutrients need for cells to regenerate the damaged tissues.

What is PRP?

A platelet concentrated at least 3 times higher than the platelet concentrated found in healthy whole blood. PRP therapy is often used to treat healing and pain problems that have not responded to standard treatment approaches.



PRP – The price for one treatment is £200

Course of 6 £1000

How does it work?

PRP works by recreating and stimulating the body’s own natural healing process. When tissue is injured, the body responds by sending specific ‘super healing’ cells types to the site of injury to start the regeneration of tissues. These ‘super healers’ are the platelets that contain growth factors that initiate repair and regeneration of new cells.

Usually in areas of the body that have a good blood supply with high cell turnover, the arteries will deliver platelets quickly to the injured tissue so that the healing and regeneration of new tissue can begin. This is similar to what occurs when you cut your skin and it bleeds. A clot forms and then it develops into a skin scab which later falls off revealing healed skin below.

The problem with some tissues including joint surfaces, tendons, bones, muscles, and some areas of skin is that they have a limited blood supply with a slow cell turnover and therefore heal slowly.  These areas may require a helping hand to initiate the repair process, and this is where PRP therapy can help. PRP delivers the necessary growth factors and cells directly to the injured sites to regenerate the damaged tissues.

PRP Therapy

Not all PRP is equal

Alocuro’s PRO-PRP device and preparation protocol has demonstrated outstanding performance in extracting, separated, and collecting PRP from the patient’s blood with documented platelet concentrating of up to 12 times baseline. By choosing an Alocuro PRP provider, you are giving your body the best chance for healing, as the PRP is prepared in line with published research protocols.

How is PRP Therapy Done?

A small volume (usually 10mls) of the patient’s blood Is collected in the same way it is done for standard blood test. Using special separating device, Alocuro PRO-PRP, and a centrifuge, the platelets are seperated from the whole blood and are then collected form of the patient’s own platelets can then be injected or applied directly to the injured tissue.

Is PRP New?

Platelet Rich Plasma was first used in cardiac surgery in 1987. More recently it has been utilised in plastic surgery, chest surgery, implant surgery, and spinal fusion. Latest advancements in technology have allowed PRP applications to be performed in the outpatient setting. Latest PRP research in the fields of orthopaedic, musculoskeletal skin, skin rejuvenation and wound healing applications has provided excellent outcomes.

Is PRO guaranteed to heal my injury or degenerative tissue?

There is no current medical technique, product or device that can 100% guarantee it can ‘cure’ injured or degenerative tissue, nor is there any guarantee of Alocuro’s PRP therapy providing the desired healing outcome in every patient case. However, there have been over 5000 published research articles on the use of PRP to improve healing. The best protocols and applications of PRP from the more recent research have been incorporated into Alocuro’s PRO-PRP system. When these protocols are followed, the patient’s own healing ability should be improved at the local injection or would application site and it is hoped this will lead to a shorter recovery time and reduced pain.

Alocuro’s PRO-PRP therapy protocol has been developed in conjunction with leading surgeons, physicians, biomedical engineers and scientists, to ensure that PRP therapy can provide optimal healing benefit.

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Is PRP safe?

Platelet-Rich Plasma injections are safe. There is little chance of rejection because the material being injected back into the patient is from their own blood. This makes the procedure very safe. The PRP injection also carries less chance for infection than an incision, with a considerably shorter recovery time than after surgery.

Pre and Post procedure care

In order to gain maximum benefit from the PRP injection, there is a strict protocol to be followed by the patient both before and after the injection. Please discuss these details with the treating practitioner.