Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy was first introduced in the 1970s and has been used in many medical specialties, including orthopedic surgery, plastic surgery, sports medicine, wound care, and pain management, since the 1990s. There has been a wide variety of recent literature about platelet rich plasma therapy, or PRP therapy, being used to treat several types of common sports injuries, such as skeletal fractures, torn ligaments and tendons, strained muscles, sprained knees and other joints, and other chronic tendon injuries. This relatively new treatment has been known to promote the regeneration of soft tissue and healing within the body without the risks and extended recovery time often associated with surgery.
Imani Holistic Medical Centre successfully completed it’s first international ACCMA & Ultrasound guided Pain management training course in Regenerative Medicine.
IMANI HOLISTIC MEDICAL CENTRE WAS PROUD TO BE ANNOUNCED AS A GLOBAL MED ACADEMY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE TRAINING CENTRE.