Q: I haven’t heard about Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy or PRP before now. Is it a new thing?

A: Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy was developed over twenty years ago. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, doctors at a naval hospital first used it stop bleeding in patients. It then became popular in conjunction with oral surgery and bone grafts as doctors noticed PRP helped patients heal faster.

In the past ten to fifteen years, PRP has become common in the fields of sports medicine and orthopedics — first with bone grafting procedures, then in treating tendons and soft tissue areas.

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“Bald is Beautiful” or “Bald is Bad” – it just depends on who you talk to. Some men choose to get in front of their receding hairlines by shaving their heads. Others will do whatever it takes to hang on to their hair – or the appearance that they have some.
Hair loss and thinning hair are not just problems affecting men. Androgenic alopecia (all over hair loss) and alopecia areata (hair falls out in round patches) also affect women.

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Beau Haney, a board-certified nurse practitioner at BEAUtiful ME Med Spa, is a huge fan of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy.. “I think it’s really amazing.” He has seen first hand how it can change lives. When Beau began offering PRP therapy, one of his current patients decided to try it to see what it could do. She got what Beau calls the PRP trifecta: facial treatment, breast lift, and the O-shot (also known as the orgasm shot.) Haney says she was blown away by the results, especially by the results of the O-shot.. “She just said, ‘Wow!. I told you I didn’t have any issues but, wow, that really made things better!’ “

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Platelet Rich Plasma changing surgery and aesthetics in Atlanta.

Platelet Rich Plasma changing surgery and aesthetics in Atlanta.
You no longer have to be a pro athlete or ‘Kardashian’ to benefit from the amazing power of Platelet Rich Plasma. Right here in Atlanta Georgia there are many doctors and service providers ready to help you reap the booming biological benefits of your body’s natural healing power through PRP.
Not only is PRP excellent for many injuries and ailments that help patients avoid costly surgical procedures, it’s also being touted for it’s more aesthetic boons such as breast lifts and non-surgical face-lifts, stress incontinence, and sexual dysfunction issues. Some have called it the “female Viagra” for it’s ability to help rejuvenate and strengthen the orgasms of maturing women earning the label “O-Shot.” PRP can also help alleviate issues with erectile dysfunction with the “P-Shot (or Priapus Shot)” service. Men and women alike can also combat thinning hair by harnessing the power of PRP.

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DID PRP THERAPY HELP THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS MAKE IT TO THE NBA FINALS?

Basketball superstar Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors advanced to the NBA finals on Memorial Day coming back from a 3-1 deficit in the playoff series against the Oklahoma City Thunder.  Curry showed why he’s the league MVP by setting yet another record — this one for the number of 3-pointers in a playoff…

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The P-Shot Gives Hope To Those Suffering From Sexual Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction is big business. You can’t turn on the television without seeing a commercial for Viagra or Cialis. But these drugs are expensive – especially for men without insurance. And they don’t work for everyone. But now men have another option beyond drugs or penile implants. It’s called the “Priapus shot” or “P-shot”. (Priapus…

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PRP Injectables the Latest Way To Improve Your Sex Life

There's now an injectable for your G-spot that may improve your orgasm Up until a few years ago, Kegel exercises, hormone replacement therapy or vaginoplasty were the only options women had for vaginal issues. Whether by childbirth, cancer treatments or menopause — laxity, dryness, discomfort during intercourse and the occasional leaky bladder can be a…
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PRP The Cure for Male Pattern Baldness?

Researchers at New York University are testing a cure for male pattern baldness - and it turns out the answer has been in our bodies all along. According to Mail Online, a study at the university is looking into the propensity of human blood to halt androgenic alopecia - male pattern baldness - by injecting a gel infused with blood…
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