Stem Cells and PRP across Australia
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What do we treat?
How do Stem Cells work?
Stem Cells and PRP work in a similar way. They are both taken from your body, treated with light and injected directly onto your injury where they support the healing process.
Why choose a PRP or Stem Cell treatment?
We use PRP or Stem Cells to replace cortisone or joint replacement surgery. These treatments have massive downsides: Cortisone doesn't heal your injury and looses it's effect over time and Joint Replacement Surgery is expensive, complicated and dangerous.
PRP and Stem Cells don't work instantly like cortisone, they are not pain killers. They release growth hormones that actually heal your injury. It's like when you cut your finger, blood leaks out and the platelets clot and heal your skin. Many injuries are just like an internal cut where the blood doesn't reach well and your body struggles to heal itself. We can inject PRP or Stem Cells directly onto those injuries to start the healing process.
Where can I get it?
You can get a Surecell PRP or Stem Cell treatment at any of our clinics in Melbourne or Sydney. Our doctors are experienced GPs who will assess your case and give you an easy to follow care plan that supports your recovery.
What's the difference between PRP and Stem Cells?
We use both treatments for similar conditions. PRP is less effective, but it is easy to administer and it is a lot cheaper. That's why we recommend it for light to medium injuries. Stem Cells are for very serious conditions.
A PRP treatment takes less than an hour. We take your blood, prepare it and then inject it onto your injury. We recommend doing this 4 times over the course of 2 months.
A Stem Cell treatment takes several hours. We take the cells from your tummy fat using a liposuction which is a long and delicate process. Then the fat is processed and the Stem Cells are extracted to be injected onto your injury. Much of those cells are stored in medical freezers so we can use them for followup treatments.