Curing Pain with Platelet Rich Plasma and Non-Surgical Joint Reconstruction
Dr. E. Magaziner is a New Jersey pioneer in Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP therapy and injections. From his North Brunswick, NJ center he and his staff have provided cutting-edge PRP treatments and therapy to hundreds of New Jersey patients.
In the 20th century the only treatments we had for pain problems was to give cortisone and anti-inflammatories such as Advil. In the 21st century it’s all about growth factors, stem cells, and methods to repair and regenerate injured body parts. With these biologic therapies we use Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP also known as Autologous Platelet Concentrate (APC) or Autologous Bone Marrow Aspirate (ABM) which contain the body’s growth factors and stem cells. We then transplant theses cells in a tissue matrix using ultrasound or fluoroscopic guidance to the site of tissue or cartilage injury.
These cells literally go to work to force that inured site to go thru a repair process. It usually it takes 5-7 monthly sessions for the tendon injury or arthritis pain to began to subside. Dr. Magaziner has had patients with years of pain treated by other methods that were ineffective, get their problem . Patients who have been told they need a knee, hip or shoulder replacement are back to normal activity. Dr. Magaziner has treated patients locally throughout the New Jersey area and across the United states. Most are extremely satisfied with the results and have told him it was like a miracle.
Client case studies For Platelet Rich Plasma
Dr. Magaziner frequently uploads case studies he feels would help provide more detailed information on platelet rich plasma and PRP.
What Conditions Can PRP Treat?
Because PRP carries the signaling proteins for healing just about anything in the body, it can treat a wide range of conditions such as:
- Sprains and Sprains
- Shoulder Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Hip Pain
- Back Pain – Discs In Spine
Watch Dr. E. Magaziner’s PRP Video
It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.