See this brief video about a minimally invasive alternative to joint surgery.  Using your body's natural growth factors, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections have been shown to be effective and are routinely utilized by a wide range of patients including top professional athletes. Benefits include potential joint regeneration and pain relief.

Dr. Polit is experienced in this technology, having trained with some of the pioneers of this technique.  Call or click below to schedule a consultation.

Harnessing the Power of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy: Exploring Its Wide Range of Applications


In recent years, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has gained significant attention in the medical field. This innovative treatment utilizes the body's own healing capabilities to promote tissue regeneration and enhance the natural healing process. PRP therapy involves extracting a patient's blood, isolating the platelet-rich portion, and then re-injecting it into targeted areas. While initially popular in sports medicine, PRP therapy has expanded its horizons and now finds application across various medical disciplines. In this article, we will explore some of the diverse range of applications for PRP therapy offered at Beautopia and its promising potential

1. Musculoskeletal Injuries and Orthopedics:

PRP therapy has been extensively used in sports medicine and orthopedics for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. By injecting PRP directly into damaged tendons, ligaments, and joints, the growth factors present in the plasma can accelerate healing, reduce inflammation, and improve overall tissue regeneration. Common applications include the treatment of tendonitis, ligament sprains, osteoarthritis, and even fractures. PRP therapy is especially valuable for athletes and active individuals looking to expedite their recovery and return to their peak performance levels.

2. Dermatology and Aesthetics:

In the field of dermatology and aesthetics, PRP therapy has gained popularity for its potential to improve the appearance of the skin and promote hair growth. When applied topically or injected into the skin, PRP stimulates collagen production, enhances tissue regeneration, and improves skin texture and elasticity. It has shown promising results in treating acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, and even certain skin conditions such as alopecia. PRP therapy has also been utilized in combination with other cosmetic procedures like microneedling or laser therapy to enhance their efficacy and accelerate healing

3. Dental and Oral Surgery:

PRP therapy has found its way into dental and oral surgery procedures as well. It has been used in dental implant procedures to facilitate osseointegration (bone fusion with the implant), reduce postoperative pain, and enhance wound healing. Additionally, PRP has demonstrated potential in accelerating the healing of oral ulcers, treating temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, and improving the outcomes of various periodontal treatments4.

4.Chronic Pain Management:

Chronic pain conditions, such as osteoarthritis or tendonitis, often pose challenges in conventional treatments. However, PRP therapy offers a potential solution for managing chronic pain. By delivering growth factors and anti-inflammatory properties directly to the affected area, PRP can help reduce pain, improve function, and promote tissue healing. It has shown promise in conditions like tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, and chronic low back pain.


Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has emerged as a versatile and promising treatment modality with applications across several medical disciplines. Whether used for musculoskeletal injuries, dermatological concerns, dental procedures, ophthalmology, or chronic pain management, PRP therapy harnesses the body's natural healing mechanisms to promote tissue regeneration, reduce inflammation, and enhance the overall healing process. As research and technology continue to advance, we can expect further exploration of PRP therapy's potential, paving the way for improved patient outcomes