Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP therapy is an innovative new stem cell treatment method that offers natural pain-relief and rejuvenation for a wide variety of conditions and injuries. Our board-certified pain management doctors have decades of experience treating patients with acute and chronic pain conditions. Contact us today to make an appointment with a Minnesota PRP therapy doctor – (612) 207-7463.

PRP Therapy Explained

PRP (short for Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy is a regenerative medicine treatment option that uses the body’s own stem cells to stimulate regrowth and rejuvenation in damaged tissue. The process is simple. First, a small portion of blood is drawn from the patient. This blood sample is then run through a centrifuge that separates our the platelet-rich plasma. Finally, that PRP solution is injected back into the patient’s body at the affected area, where the blood plasma goes to work immediately repairing damaged tissue.

PRP injections can be used to treat any of the following conditions or injuries:

  • Tennis & Golf Elbow
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Knee Injuries (including ACL, MCL, and Meniscus Tears)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder Conditions & Injuries
  • Hip Bursitis

One of the greatest benefits of PRP therapy is that it acts as a natural (and largely pain-free) alternative to surgery. PRP injections are minimally invasive and allow patients to avoid the pain associated with surgery.

Schedule an Appointment

Contact our Minnesota PRP therapy specialists today to discuss your condition and see if you are a good candidate for PRP injections. We have two Twin Cities clinics, located in Edina and Minneapolis. Give us a call today to set up your appointment – (612) 207-7463.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

The health and safety of our patients and our staff at Stem Cell Centers of MN are very important to us. What you need to know.

Stem Cell Centers of MN will remain open and will be offering appointments to our patients. We want to let you know that we are in constant contact with the Minnesota Department of Health, we are staying up-to-date with the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).

If you have an upcoming appointment and you are experiencing upper respiratory symptoms, flu-like symptoms travelled internationally within the last two weeks or if you’ve been in contact with those confirmed with the coronavirus, please call the office and reschedule your appointments for a later date. This will help us protect patients and staff that do not experience any symptoms

For your safety, the safety of other patients and the safety of our staff, please limit the number of visitors you bring to the clinic. You will be allowed to bring one support person. We do not recommend bringing children to your appointment. Patients coming into the clinic for an appointment will have their temperature taken before entering our office and a few screening questions will be asked by our medical staff.

We do offer virtual visits. This service will allow us to connect, screen and if appropriate treat you from the comfort of your home.

How it works:

  • Call our office at (612) 987-0775 and speak to staff about scheduling time between 9 am and 4 pm for a virtual visit.
  • The staff member will then email you a link to the doxy.me website, where you can access the “Virtual Exam Room” via your computer tablet or smartphone.
  • This is a covered service with most insurance companies including Medicare, however, if it is not covered by your plan, then there will be an additional fee.
  • At the scheduled time, you and your provider will access the virtual exam room and conduct your visit.

For information on prevention, symptoms and what to do if you’re feeling sick, please call the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline at 651-201-3920.

Please refer to these links from the CDC for recommendations regarding travel and general guidance at home, school, and the workplace.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/workplace-school-and-home-guidance.pdf
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-in-the-us.html

Stay safe and Healthy!

Sincerely,
Stem Cell Centers of MN

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