PRP for joints


Discover a revolutionary approach to addressing knee and joint discomfort and conditions through Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. If you’re seeking relief from knee pain, inflammation, or injuries, PRP therapy offers a cutting-edge solution that harnesses your body’s natural healing processes. By utilizing concentrated platelets and growth factors, PRP therapy promotes tissue regeneration, reduces inflammation, and accelerates the recovery of damaged knee tissues. Whether you’re dealing with osteoarthritis, ligament injuries, or other knee and joint related issues, PRP therapy presents a minimally invasive and potentially transformative option that could help you regain mobility, alleviate pain, and enhance your overall quality of life.

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Who can most benefit from PRP therapy in the knee?

PRP therapy for the knee can be beneficial for a range of individuals experiencing knee discomfort or conditions. Good candidates for PRP therapy typically include:

    • Osteoarthritis Patients

Those with mild to moderate osteoarthritis in the knee joint can often benefit from PRP therapy. It helps reduce pain and inflammation associated with this degenerative joint condition.

    • Joint Pain Sufferers

Individuals experiencing chronic knee pain due to various factors, such as overuse, injury, or wear and tear, might find relief through PRP therapy.

    • Sports Injuries

Athletes or active individuals who have sustained ligament sprains, tendon tears, or other knee injuries may consider PRP therapy as a non-surgical treatment option to support healing and recovery.

    • Tendonitis or Tendinopathy

Those with conditions like patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee) or other forms of tendon inflammation and degeneration can benefit from the regenerative effects of PRP therapy.

    • Pre-Surgery Candidates

In some cases, PRP therapy might be used as a pre-surgery treatment to improve tissue health and optimize surgical outcomes.

    • Individuals Seeking Non-Surgical Options

People who prefer non-surgical interventions or want to explore alternative treatments before considering more invasive procedures might find PRP therapy appealing.

    • Patients with Limited Treatment Options

Some individuals who cannot undergo certain surgical procedures due to health reasons might opt for PRP therapy as a safer alternative.

How can I get started with PRP knee and joint therapies and injections?

Don’t let knee discomfort hold you back any longer. Take the first step towards finding relief and reclaiming your mobility by scheduling a consultation for a PRP knee injection at Jolie Visage Med Spa in Buford, GA. Our experienced professionals are dedicated to helping you discover the benefits of this innovative therapy tailored to your unique needs. Whether you’re dealing with osteoarthritis, an injury, or chronic pain, we’re here to provide personalized care and guide you towards a healthier, more active lifestyle. Contact us today to book your consultation and take a proactive approach to improving your knee health with PRP therapy at Jolie Visage Med Spa. Your journey to renewed knee vitality starts here!

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The latest advances in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) research have allowed the development of PRP treatment for knee and joint treatment and therapy.

The procedure is simple and involves drawing some of your own blood and separating it in a centrifuge, which results in a rich plasma that contains all the powerful growth factors of your blood. Once this super-potent plasma is ready, a local anesthetic is applied, and the plasma is injected into the numbed area.

The entire procedure takes approximately 45 minutes, and once it has been performed, the patient can go back to his normal activities.


PRP has an extremely short recovery period. Most patients can resume their normal activities on the same day or the day after treatment. Even so, it is always best to follow your physician’s instructions to prevent any infection at the injection site. You may experience some swelling and irritation following the injection, which should clear up after a day or so.


Results from PRP knee and joint treatments can vary depending on factors such as the individual’s specific condition, the severity of the issue, their overall health, and how their body responds to the therapy. While results are not guaranteed, many patients have reported positive outcomes and improvements in their knee discomfort and conditions after undergoing PRP treatments. Some potential results that can be expected from PRP knee treatments include:

  • Pain Reduction

One of the primary goals of PRP knee treatments is to reduce pain. Many individuals experience a noticeable reduction in pain and discomfort in the treated knee joint, particularly if the pain is associated with inflammation, osteoarthritis, or mild injuries.

  • Improved Functionality

PRP therapy aims to enhance joint function by promoting tissue regeneration and healing. As a result, patients often notice improved mobility, flexibility, and overall knee functionality.

  • Reduced Inflammation

The growth factors and anti-inflammatory properties in PRP can contribute to decreased inflammation in and around the knee joint, leading to reduced swelling and discomfort.

  • Enhanced Healing

PRP stimulates the body’s natural healing processes, which can be especially beneficial for repairing damaged tissues such as tendons, ligaments, and cartilage within the knee joint.

  • Gradual Progress

PRP treatments may require some time for the full effects to become apparent. Initial improvements might be subtle and gradually increase over several weeks to months as the body’s healing mechanisms take effect.

  • Long-Term Benefits

While the duration of results varies, some patients experience long-lasting benefits from PRP treatments. Depending on the severity of the knee condition, maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the positive effects.

  • Minimally Invasive Approach

PRP knee treatments offer a non-surgical option for addressing knee discomfort and conditions. Compared to surgical interventions, PRP injections typically involve minimal downtime and lower risks.

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