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What is PRP in Aesthetic Medicine

Pursuing a career in the Aesthetic field can be a great career choice for anyone involved in the medical field. The industry of aesthetic medicine is growing fast and some procedures are in high demand. One of the most researched procedures on our website is PRP, Platelet-rich plasma, which uses a patient’s own blood cells to accelerate healing. If you are medically qualified as a doctor, dentist, nurse, pharmacist or paramedic with a full governing body registration, have completed a Foundation Filler Course and have some practical experience, our PRP course is definetely a great choice for you. Clinical PRP is popular within the fields of Sports medicine, Traumatology, Wound Healing and Tooth implants. Aesthetic PRP involeves procedures such as Skin Rejuvenation, Hair restoration and Acne Scars. By attending our PRP course at Harley Street, our experts will be able to provide a hands on practical session, if you choose to attend in clinic, and will cover topics such as  mechanism of action, safety and efficacy issues, management and treatment of complications, dilution guidelines, and more.

How is PRP manufactured?

PRP is prepared by taking the patient’s blood and then using a  centrifugation process that separate PRP from platelet-poor plasma and red blood cells

In which medical fields is PRP used the most?

PRP is used to treat certain conditions that are common to sports medicine and orthopedics such as acute muscle strains, tendinopathy and muscle-fascial injuries and osteoarthritis, or dermatology such as alopecia, wound healing, and skin rejuvenation.

How does PRP function?

PRP is a concentrated source of blood plasma and autologous conditioned plasma that can stimulate healing of soft tissue and joints thanks to different growth factors and cytokines

How can I get more information about this course?

You can visit our dedicated page on this website where you will find all the information. 

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