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Pipetting Samples

Platelet Rich Plasma

Blue Bubbles
Blood Test

The PRP Procedures

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is both a surgical and non-surgical procedure (depending on where it is used) promoting anti-aging in the body's cells. Platelets are found in the blood and contain extracellular vesicles (EVs), which aid in tissue repair and development of new blood vessels. PRP is produced by isolating plasma from the blood and concentrating it, through centrifugation, then applying this to the relevant organ, or systemically via intravenous drip.



An initial screening of blood work is taken and analyzed by one of our qualified medical professionals, along with mental health and emotional tests to establish  a baseline of health and determine goals need to be achieved. Depending on where the PRP is being administered, there will be a a 30- to 90-day period of monitoring and personalized consultations, with a specialized diet, exercise and supplement routine. After this period another set of blood tests and checks are performed before having the surgical PRP procedure.



We have four clinics in Mexico where PRP can be performed, all of which are COFEPRIS approved, with full state-of-the-art surgery suites. We also have four clinics in the USA in California, Texas, Illinois, and Florida, where the PRP treatment can be performed, though at considerably more expense.


The Procedure

PRP is a one-day outpatient procedure. Blood is drawn from the patient and centrifuged down to extract the platelet-rich plasma. Under anesthetic this concentration is then injected into the relevant area of the organs. The precise amounts applied vary depending on the individual's body size and composition. The entire procedure is completed in under 90 minutes and the patient is then free to leave the clinic. However, the patient has to stay overnight in a hotel nearby as a precautionary measure. The following morning the patient is free to leave.


Recovery &  Monitoring

Following the return home, we monitor the patient's blood work and biomarkers for four months at six-week intervals, with a follow-up consultation for progress updates and any improvements.

PRP can remain effective for up to eight months after the procedure.

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