PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

The Primary Goal of PRP using your body’s own natural healing properties to promote tissue regeneration and healing.


PRP Treatment in Utah

If you’re suffering from chronic joint, ligament ortendon pain, we understand how debilitating it can be. Pain can keep you from doing the things you love, affecting your daily life and wellbeing. But fear not – Platelet Rich Plasma therapyoffers a non-surgical, all-natural solution to help you get back to the life you love. Platelet Rich Plasma therapy works by using your body’s own natural healing properties to promote tissue regeneration and healing. We take a small sample of your blood and separate the platelets from the rest of the blood components. These platelets are then concentrated and injected directly into the affected area, where they work to stimulate tissue repair and reduce inflammation.Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is a safe and effective treatment for a range of conditions, including joint pain, ligament injuries, tendonitis, arthritis, sports injuries, and more!

The benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma therapy are numerous. First and foremost, it is a non-

surgical treatment option, meaning that you can avoid the risks and complications associated

with surgery. It is also a quick and easy procedure, with minimal downtime. Most importantly, ithas been shown to be highly effective in reducing pain and promoting healing.

At our clinic, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of care. Our team

of experienced medical professionals will work with you to develop a personalized treatment

plan that is tailored to your specific needs. We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques

to ensure that you receive the best possible care. If you’re ready to say goodbye to chronic pain and get back to the life you love, Platelet Rich Plasma therapy may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how Platelet Rich Plasma therapy can help you.

How Does Platelet Rich Plasma Reduce Joint Pain?


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a medical treatment that uses a patient’s own blood to promotehealing and regeneration in the body. PRP contains a concentrated amount of leukocyte richand leukocyte poor platelets, which are small cells that are responsible for clotting and healing

injuries. By separating and concentrating these platelets, PRP injections can be used to

stimulate the body’s natural healing response.


The process of PRP involves drawing a small amount of blood from the patient, which is then

placed in a centrifuge machine. The machine separates the blood into its different components,

with the platelets being concentrated in the plasma. The plasma, which is now rich in platelets,

is then injected directly into the area that requires treatment. Once injected, the platelets release growth factors that initiate a cascade of events in the body, essentially “calling the troops” to the immediate site of injury or chronic pain for repair. These growth factors attract stem cells to the area, which then differentiate into specialized cells to aid in the repair of damaged tissue. Additionally, the growth factors help to reduce inflammation and promote the formation of new blood vessels, further enhancing the healing process.


PRP is commonly used to treat a variety of injuries and conditions, including chronic joint pain,

ligament and tendon injuries, osteoarthritis, and sports injuries. It is a safe and effective

alternative to more invasive treatments, such as surgery or steroid injections (which are toxic

and actually dissolve the bone), and has a low risk of side effects. In summary, Platelet Rich Plasma works by harnessing the body’s natural healing abilities to promote tissue regeneration and repair. It is a non-surgical, minimally invasive treatment that can be used to treat a range of injuries and conditions.


PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) For Joint Pain in Murray, UT & Salt Lake City, UT

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Dr. Paul Winterton, MD

Dr. Paul Winterton, MD is a Harvard-trained pain management physician and bone and joint specialist with over 25 years of experience in bone and joint care. Associated with the Mayo Clinic and member of the Executive Council of the Utah State Orthopaedics Society, Dr. Winterton is passionate about helping joint pain patients avoid or delay surgical care through regenerative and non-surgical treatments when possible.

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Payment Plans and Budget Planning Available.

Access to quality care is our number one priority. While the treatments we offer are not covered under Medicare or most commercial insurance, we have a wide array of financing options to ensure you can receive the life-changing care you deserve.

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Joint Regeneration Center of Utah
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