PRP stands for platelet rich plasma, which is a “soup” of various growth factors and exosomes which are cell-to-cell mediators). Apart from the white blood cells (WBC) and platelets, an important component of PRP are very small embryonic-like stem cells (VSELs).
They can be seen with the microscope. The missing link has been the observation that white blood cells produce inflammatory substances, which have been detrimental when stem cell injections with PRP were done in the past (poor survival rate of stem cells).
Now, it has been detected that photo-activation of the PRP before injection leads to anti-inflammatory behavior of the WBC in PRP. This is called “light activated PRP”, which leads to the best results with PRP injection therapy/Stem Cell Therapy in Miami.
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