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PRP Specialist

Corvallis Pain Management

Interventional Pain Medicine located in Corvallis, OR

Osteoarthritis and chronic pain resulting from an injury can continue to impact you for long periods of time. Thankfully, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a highly effective regenerative treatment for patients of all ages offered by the team Corvallis Pain Management in Corvallis, Oregon. The team focuses on healing injuries and chronic conditions from the inside out. It doesn’t matter how old you are, PRP therapy can get you right back on your feet in no time. To learn more, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.


What is platelet-rich plasma?

PRP therapy draws from your own blood to provoke a natural healing response in your body. Your provider at Corvallis Pain Management takes a sample of blood and uses a centrifuge to extract the plasma from it. Your practitioner then injects the plasma into the injured area to repair the damaged tissue.

PRP has ongoing and natural health benefits that can significantly alleviate pain, reduce and help you avoid inflammation, and reestablish functionality to the affected area.  

What conditions can PRP therapy treat?

PRP therapy has been highly successful in treating any of the following conditions:

  • Back pain
  • Knee pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Joint injury or degeneration
  • Tendon and ligament injuries

You can experience these types of injuries and conditions regardless of how old you are.

When should I consider PRP therapy?

The team at Corvallis Pain Management recommends PRP therapy if you’re unable to be physically active because of pain and mobility issues. Your practitioner evaluates your overall medical and family histories before determining whether PRP therapy is right for you.

You should consider PRP therapy as a way to prevent the need for surgery or other invasive treatments down the line.

Is PRP therapy painful?

PRP therapy is only as painful as a blood extraction and injection. Your provider extracts a sample of your blood and re-injects the sample of plasma into the injured area. To do so, they might choose to apply a topical anesthetic to numb the site.

You might experience some soreness in the treatment area, but this shouldn’t last more than a few days.

How long does it take to see results from PRP therapy?

PRP therapy accelerates your body’s ability to use regenerative cells to cure damaged areas. That being said, it can take time for cells to develop and relieve both pain and inflammation.

Nonetheless, you can expect to experience significantly less pain and regain your functionality within four to six weeks following PRP therapy. You’ll notice that these improvements continue for up to six months after the procedure. However, the more severe the injury, the longer it’ll take.

Call Corvallis Pain Management or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about what PRP therapy can do for you.