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    Online Training Courses in Platelet-Rich Plasma Application
    Indications for PRP therapy.
    Since the development of this method, the list of indications has been constantly expanding and is now used in many fields of medicine. However, you need to understand that PRP therapy is not a miraculous method, it has specific indications in which the procedure gives the maximum effect!
    About our Plasmolifting prp courses
    Cosmetology, dermatology:
    The presence of stretch marks on the thighs, mammary glands, abdomen.
    Sagging skin.
    Prevention of soft tissue prolapse.
    The presence of age-related changes in the skin of the face (can be used both to eliminate them and for prevention).
    Before and after laser facial resurfacing or plastic surgery.
    Baldness, problematic scalp skin: dandruff, psoriasis.
    Traumatology, orthopedics:
    Degenerative ligament changes (tendon inflammation, tennis player’s elbow syndrome, etc.).
    Sprains and ruptures of ligaments and tendons.
    Other pathological changes caused by injuries.
    Near- or intra-articular injection of its own plasma is carried out and with its help, remodulation of articular cartilage, menisci, ligaments and tendons is achieved.
    Chronic recurrent diseases (colpitis, vaginitis) to restore the mucous membrane.
    Burning, dryness, itching, soreness during sexual intercourse during menopause and postmenopause.
    In the recovery period after surgical treatment with vaginal access to accelerate the regeneration of the mucosa.
    In the postpartum period to accelerate the restoration of elasticity and sensitivity of the mucosa.
    Restoration of microflora in thrush.
    PRP administration procedures are carried out 1 time in 7-14 days, the course of treatment is from 2 to 5 procedures. Treatment is carried out on an outpatient basis, does not require compliance with a special regime.

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