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"prp" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"prp" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"Much more than with plaque psoriasis know in in more call ourselves more in your dermatologist. We used to have only really Methotrexate to use right and our thought was a Methotrexate did a pretty decent job but more so than the retinoids and I noticed that it shifted now, the retinoids have become first-line therapy and Methotrexate drop down to Second for for I don't know for what reason other than you pointed out the theory of the vitamin deficiency, but I am thinking back it may be that people spontaneously permitted while they were on Methotrexate and I thought it was so good the rapidity of the response that you've discovered here to me. Clearly. The biologics are actually therapeutic. You give people their life back. Yeah. So let's go through the biologics and and sort of if you were doing this. Without thought too, you know money for example, and you had no other obstacles with the guard two co-morbidities and that sort of thing. Where in the whole world. Would you start? I think I think in the absence of a clinical trials difficult to pick one, I would say that the literature has a lot more support for tnf Inhibitors off but they've been around a lot longer than the other biologics they do work. Well infliximab has a fair amount of case reports, but it's you know with infliximab. It is one of the 15 up with the highest rate of adverse effects and the highest risk of infection. So I think most dermatologists don't prescribe very much and fix him AB anymore because of that reason they took that category. I would like to go with a little mab my own personal experience. I've he's mostly used to kinda mad. So I have four patients on used to Kingdom ab4 PRP. All four had cleared within windows or mostly clear within Windows that's a dramatic response dramatic response. And you know, they they were quite sick one person was not mine. Originally. I thought it was a transfer of care. So he was already clearly goddammit. He told me you know, he was sick with us for many years. He was clear after a dose or two and now we're actually tapering him off this drug because he's been cleared for three years. So I see a name or your article that that there has been no work in the AL 23 S and P R P that that point on that you could find from the literature so clearly that'll be an interesting future to look forward to yeah. There's a few patients with you to kind of in the literature but very very very minimal and I would wonder if perhaps Rissa kasm AB Aur kaise LGE might be possible Targets in the future cuz if my patients are getting care after a dose of used to kind of mad, I would expect that something like a recipe as a mother has a higher ability for those cited khong Would be more efficacious with even when they even better safety profile. Wow, so if we can get access and release it the drug, it sounds like an L twenty-three might be a good place to start if somebody's really ill. Yeah, and I think we've all been very fortunate that many of the makers of these drugs do have a generous compassionate use programs that they made available. So a lot of my patients have been able to benefit to those two those mechanisms so lets you know urging colleagues if they have someone like this to reach out to these manufacturers of these biologics because what you've shown us is that they're all working off the newer ones seem to work faster, you know, the tnx were, you know, sort of six to eight weeks and the 17 that 23s were kind of two to four weeks and not just work wage. You're talking about 75% clearance. Yeah at times very quickly as well which to me was as dramatic as many of them are with psoriasis. Yeah home. Excellent. I would really hope that perhaps our colleagues and the academic world or an industry would be willing that some point to do kind of compassionate right emotional trial for this condition so we can actually test the biologic even on a scale of even a hundred patients so we can hopefully get some kind of approval and coverage to make access less of an issue. So I hope they're listening. I hope they're listening terrorist thing. Well Patrick, thank you. Is there there a game you've done the work you've read through the literature that we have a very clear idea from from from what you've you've told us that biologics will make a difference with this condition almost certainly it's worth while trying so 4 a.m. A clinician. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thanks for doing the work and I look forward to your next article. Thank you so much. All right. Cheers. Dr. Patrick Fleming and assistant professor of Dermatology at the University of Toronto and a dermatologist at Lynn Dermatology in Toronto. I hope you enjoyed our interview try reading the article itself, which is available free of charge to you on the jcms website for the next three weeks. So that's it for this episode of jcms author interviews took it casts, please be sure to subscribe so you don't miss any of our future episodes and share this with our colleagues and on your social media channels. I'm Kirk Barber until next time be good to each other.

Methotrexate plaque psoriasis infliximab vitamin deficiency Dr. Patrick Fleming assistant professor of Dermato Toronto Kirk Barber Lynn Dermatology University of Toronto
"prp" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"prp" Discussed on Mom Brain

"So it's not as stressful and and strong or is this something that people are GonNa look for the Fountain of Youth and be like I'm just always going to keep this scully. Yeah. Great Question. Because, have more five more kids. Golf. European. I'm still hurtle enough that I keep on getting pregnant. Also. Cam To me, they don't want to transition through menopause yet and I'm doing it for them, but it's hard for me to know if the PRP is the men because how can I compare to what I listen? I have twin sisters right who have exactly the same biology I do want PRP and the other one I don't appear PNC which one if I'm bidding menopause because if both of you you come to me and say I am now fifty years old our dilemma monopolies if I. New and PRP on copy on the other person. Your different bodies I can't compare apples to oranges may so that's why I would never know the answer but I have patients who are doing one every three months PRP injection inside their over his hoping to delay their minerals. Can I don't want to delay it? Just tell it's it sounds like it's a very vicious thing why did women have to go through this? Haven't we gone through an Online. But you know I guess every transition is for a purpose you were meant to shed whatever skin to get the next phase. So there you know nothing in biology is by accident, and that's why I'm so confused by the appendix like, why are you? You know you? Vestige of are really strange. Exactly. which is why a thousand eggs is also confusing to me because no one's going to be alive for thousand months like why would you have so many eggs in your backup arsenal? You'd absolutely I don't know why these stuff an ex are dormant. Is it? Yeah maybe the maybe the over these are trying to save some of it and doesn't whether that go is it the environment and this ovary is old now and that's why they're not getting enough food or oxygen to grow I. Think this is the most logical explanation for me. So it is we still don't know. So Dr Mary. It is unbelievable to me that we are now out of our second hour of talk. Literally at least we got through the questions from the first interview. This time I think this has to be a weekly episode. Agree. That we aren't going to let you go until you give us your new favorite thing chocolate. Now. I'd rather live on chocolate and then stop eating food I'm, not joking. My fiancee, she's like you need to stop eating chocolate like You know because now like ten thousand pandemic but I can't I'm just okay with chocolate. But. It has to be really good or I cannot my mouth that's my rule of thumb to us. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. We love chatting with you. Thank you. Dr Mary factor guys so much for having. Fun Thank you. Thank you. Bye. Name, and now it's time for our favorite things. have favorite sags..

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"prp" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"prp" Discussed on Art Beauty

"I don't hear myself but maybe it would help if I had my headphones plugged then excuse me Philip. The jet lag is like to dodge what well yeah. It's just the sleep is still weird eared rightly yesterday when we met I feel like at four o'clock. I was a hit a wall but for me. It was ten. That's right yeah and then I'm waking up at five except when I gave you your birthday present and you Kinda go oh my God i. Love I love it showed it to Tom. Last night. We die die. He's like of course he's GonNa love. It Ryan A. and Cynthia pick this up. It's like the most beautiful bejeweled Judith Lieber couture pillbox you you know whatever fits in there yet I mean it could little's primes or what could be just little dimes in case you need a phone call will work good win was was a phone call ever Rhode. I-I'm yeah really shut up was it. I thought it was always a quarter. No no not to two times in a nickel may rang crab crap dating yourselves very much doesn't matter. I just turned forty. Hey everyone I'm amber and I'm Ryan. I and this is art beauty the real true about.

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Treating Hair Loss With PRP Injections

Art Beauty

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Treating Hair Loss With PRP Injections

"My hair has been weird since they transplant seasonally have to change products right right out of the summer comes like Oliver Harris kind of like Shitty yeah an autonomy as a Kenosha try Moose. I love my natural wave. I love my natural texture amplify eighties in most sit up literally for travel size nexus next guide. God which you would love the pink so this is the most and that's the hairspray I my show is the travel next this moose such a pretty shine in Finnish. I can't I can't believe is a hairstylist. You've never like this is the first time you're using Moose yet because when you were when I was like seven it was like Gel and then for guys it it was gel because it was like it was the haste and made was cool. Okay right that was like the inning then my hair was so hormonal and thick and course unlike was off all right were hats. I mean it. It's really interesting because we talk to Dr Swalec at Union Square laser dermatology today about hair loss and hair loss is it can be genetic. It can be due to life events stress. I've lost posted temporarily. Yeah we had a great guest on Beca a while back who came on and shared her story about the Pierre P. Injections and so I wanted to get at that expert Opinion Sapir P. is platelet rich plasma and it's basically a tall against preparation of plasma. That's very rich and growth factors so we take your blood we spin it down to this rich on plasma portion with a growth factor and then it's injected back into your scalp and these growth factors contain things like platelet derived growth factor vascular endothelial growth factor and they've been shown to improve the Antigen to tillerson ratio so the antigen that refers to the growing phase of our hairs when our hairs are growing. Cristea login is more the resting phase that the hair cycle goes through report sheds and what what this is doing is actually shifting more Harris to growing face and that means clinically what we see is usually increased hair density increased hair counts so we are actually okay then changing the cycle of growth. What is the second so long about eighty percent of our hairs are in the Antigen or growth phase at any one time and that can last anywhere from two to eight years it varies a little bit from individual to individual Biz obituary hole. Can you know people who can grow the hair really long have longer antigen phases than those who aren't able to grow their hair quite as long My Ryan got past her shoulders five and then it shifts to phase which is like a very short period before it goes into the tildren phase and that's when our hairs are shutting about maybe ten to fifteen percent of our hairs. Bears are in tillage in at any one time. He feels like a lot more when you brush your hair in the morning doesn't it right it does but that's why we see that that that that shedding is actually ling normal yes an individuals who are experiencing -til agenda flu. VM which is an abnormal shedding that can occur in instances this is of extreme weight loss or illness or stress stress hormones ivf yet exactly after having a baby for instance Daniel has you'll see more hair coming coming out because what happens is more of those hairs from the growing phase get shifted to the children phase in our shed so temporarily. I'm so glad they just I brought that up because I can ask you. I find that if I recommend my clients to really slowly we often breastfeeding and not just politic or one day or go to like one bottle the Sidon that they will they will to shed will be less interesting actually last but I would say less impactful tactful all at one right. I'm not sure if any was actually showing that but I mean it may have impacts on the hormones that are involved and so yeah I wouldn't be surprised necessarily early you know I it was just something that I've noticed over time and so the PRP cycle I mean when Becker told us about it sounds terrible but but we know that it works so from your medical perspective what's going on. We have to have these awful shots in our head yeah so so so so we do the injections in the scalp to the areas of hair loss and then we tend to bring you back in about another month into another round and the exact protocol hasn't been worked out entirely entirely okay but the the studies have shown that may be doing once a month treatments for three months and then bring you back in six months and may be doing maintenance mistreatment at that time seems to support improved haired. Weinstein hair growth okay and there's one study that actually looked at that protocol and compared it to doing one one treatment every two months and they showed that the the group that actually had monthly treatments for three months started to show greater growth earlier which is probably really encouraging percentage and absolute hair count so yeah it is more encouraging so you filter the blood because you know with with peer pay. They take your blood not not a ton of it or do you need a ton of. I I've done the facial and I think it was like one vial of blood. I don't know exactly sure it's usually like maybe a few millimeters like etc or two and then they spin it out we get the PRP we get the platelet rich plasma which is the liquid gold and the injections. How many injections are we doing. It really varies from person to person and the amount of the area that we're treating the amount of hair loss they have. Oh so you can do this. Not I was assuming that this is all over the head. Not You can also do it in targeted areas. Yes absolutely we don't have to treat the whole scout if that's not where almost the hair loss is I've had patients who for instance notice more thinning along the frontal hairline in the temples and so we focus our injections more there okay and then I have patients who have more thinning throughout the crown and so we do more extensive injections right I think headed everywhere because she had she had sort of all all over thinning It was incredible to see her results. Though I mean she had like a noticeable difference. Do you find that that's the case with many many patients or you know in all fairness this you just have to pull the plug and pray kind of a thing. I have to say that you know I tend to be rather skeptical over trying new treatments and technology. I like to see a lot of evidence behind them before I stopped it so I was maybe a little slow to jump on the PRP bandwagon but over the past year there've been increasing number of studies that have come out some that have been placebo controlled and I'm seeing more and more evidence evidence for this so I do think there is something to it but I will say do think there may be some individual variability. there is some thought that the way the blood is prepared of the Plasma Hasman prepared may have some effect on the platelet by ability in the growth factors and this is all areas that need to be further researched searched okay in standardized a lovely brought that up as well because I said Yes to trying a treatment with my surgeon and they were it was prp with a a cell. Have you heard of this. He saw it. I think has to do with the with the anticoagulant I believe so the cell almost like a bridge or a barrier that kept the PRP right where you put it so okay didn't shift around and they said that if you did it with ACLU didn't need to do as many treatments there are so they're different forms of anti-coagulants that are put in the formulation. There are also different activators that get put in like either `thrombin. I'm Ben or sodium citrate that in the ideas like the activators are basically put in to stimulate the platelets release the growth factors and so then there's factors would be more readily available to the hair follicle so the idea being maybe would get better better results but interestingly enough there are there's at least one or two groups that have studied this and they showed that even using non activated. PRP resulted in hair growth growth. When you talk about non-activated does that mean that non non injected? It's just not being injected with an activating bright of with anything extra sure that would actually basically stimulate platelets released the granules. Is this only for her on the head. It's been study most for her on the head but I think some some people looked at eyebrows as well okay I don't think they're really any studies looking at it for use in other areas of the body most people obviously come to us wanting to grow. We're here on their head.

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"prp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"prp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Here. Station. One sergeant show-me your your dress attire here. Look at those shoes, those are killer. I'll tell you right now. You can't do any better than that glow in the dark. Okay. That's, that's, that's a new dress down there at station. One, vast, correct. We whatever it takes to get the money. I'm with you. It's outstanding. Let me just say this before asked him the question I would not sit down and play poker with this guy for five seconds. He he takes the table. Now. How is it going this year? I'm not playing poker. True. The ladies in the money room, don't tell me anything. Two, okay. I have a feeling we're doing pretty good. But I honestly do not know a total. But I think we were able to get some roadblocks up and going this year last year because of the construction on Dixie highway we, we were down. We've been going for two weeks now house to house. So I think we're doing pretty good. That's as much as you're gonna get from this guy. I'm telling you, you've just seen the tip of the iceberg. There's a lot more. You're not seeing her hearing, what time are you, you're you all? Or did you know the time yet that you're gonna go cross? We leave PRP about three o'clock tomorrow, and we generally get on about four thirty five o'clock, okay? There will be a lot to noise when these people show up down in studio, h yes, sir. And you'll know the total. Then in you'll find out the rest of the iceberg. That's the rest of the story is listen. Great job as always anybody else, we need to recognize your see here. I wanna recognize everybody, especially like I said, the family members that. Come out. I've got great support from my family and everybody else does around here too. So thank you to all PRP and their family members. Now, what would you what will you bring this table? Okay. I wanna recognize.

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"prp" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"prp" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Because he had the same kind of hairline shitty here, really. Yeah. But then he got the most epoch hairpiece. You can't even tell is it a piece, or is it the plugs, get question? Whatever he did. People should go. Hey who did you use lash it nowadays? PRP PRP's when they draw your blood. Yeah. And then they spend your blood, and they separate something out of the blood, and then they inject that back into your hairline. Are you even your bid? If you'll be a kangaroo so you can get beard injections. Yeah. But it's, it's basically I guess it Reese, stimulate some type of cells in your body hair follicles, but his natural. So it's literally taking your blood and injecting it back into until you help make your hey, grow. I've heard of it on, like if you have an injury like your your knees. All the Koby a bunch of guys do it. It's like the big craze right now. I've never heard of for hair. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I wanna see with hair man. I think we should do like one of those good wigs like a good week if I did it. I would do something like PRP. Yeah. You know, me I'm an organic type of person I wouldn't do the GMO had pieces. What? Brian, you look good with shaved head and this shows up one day, I was like that FOX shut up with the strip full headpiece, there was that soccer guy to what was his name, Wayne, Rooney. Oh, yeah. He had his hair. But that's the only thing that makes you look good as you age hair. Yeah. Very true. Jay Z look like he stepped into a time machine because he got a goddamn dreadlocks now would have drafts but because of his facial hair his shitty facial hair kind of like me. He doesn't grow it. Yeah. It's very juvenile. Juvenile facial hair. Nas it whispers, like a rat. That compared to beans your way. Yeah, yeah, what's weird to me is guys, like LeBron has more money than God. Right. So shitty like his barely Pittsburgh Steeler helmet. When he sprays it like that black shit..

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"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"You can measure some site a kind or you can measure some other functional property of the platelet covered. Probably matters a heck of lot more than the number. Right. I mean, look eventually, maybe they'll be a bedside PCR we can figure out exactly what what exactly those growth factors are that are doing their job, you know, inside. But the other thing that I've learned over the years of doing those thousands and thousands of PRP treatments for nearly ten years is the importance of the white blood cell. So the mon- ascites are very important component. I think they're under appreciated in not only in the literature in terms of what they do in the body, but especially in PR pay and I'm very strong proponent of the importance of monocytogenes in the final PR pay. And we say. That our PR has modest rich. And I don't think that that's really a term terminates caught on yet. But I think that it will and modest rich PRP you can obviously it's easy to pull the platelets out. But when you're looking at Luca sites for his modest versus ES NFL's, you have a sensitive enough centrifuge to get that band. So the way that we've been able to do that as through dual spin process. So the dual spin process for lack of a better way to explain it. The first spin is kinda gentle spin to take off the red blood cells. We don't want red blood cells in our PRP red blood cells in the skin are extremely inflammatory. When those Redwood sills lice the hayme is extremely inflammatory. And there's a lot of the iron would be devastating. It's really bad. So we don't want that in the skin if we can avoid it. So I prefer to have PRP that has less than one percent, Matt Krit? So the PR P may look pink in the syringe, but it's a very very small amount of red blood cells. Now, of course when you're trying to camp. The platelets right to can't the the Buffy coat. You're right up against those red blood cells. So the first spin takes off a late the layer of red blood cells in leaves us with a plasma which contains the platelets. So the plasma base spin, which is the second spin, then essentially push the platelets to the bottom. So we've captured this maximum number platelets, we can take off the platelet poor plasma to as much as we would like leaving us within a reconstituted amount of whatever we choose concentration in volume of pipe..

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"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"They say this to shoulder replacement like clear as day like I could sit here and take a lot of money from this guy for the next six months and do conservative therapy. But it's not gonna work. And so I've always appreciated people who had the ability from an totally unbiased point of view, and that's working against his own invest interest. The thing though that I will say against this. And this is just kind of me on my soapbox about how I get a little pissed when people sort of say all surgery are incentivized, you know. It's like when you're hammer. Everything's a nail great surgeons aren't looking. For business, right? Like the great tissues are so overbooked. They don't have to do that. So the case. This guy's name is Brian Brian doesn't need any more patient. So it's easy for him. When I sent him somebody who he thinks needs sold replacement to say, you need replacement and similarly I actually sent a patient up to Stanford recently to get an order route replacement in Arctic valve, and it was a huge operation, and he was a little reluctant to surgery, and he said, you know, I'm a little worried because the surgeon says, I need this operation. But you know, he's a surgeon. I said let me give you a little secret about this surgeon. He's got. He he he has an infinite number of patients who need his help. Whether you are not one of them. So I promise you this guys. He doesn't make one more or less dollar as a result of your existence. The recommendation to have surgery is because of the physiology of your disease, but that's had I'm sympathetic to this. And I think it's I don't have a good answer to it other than this sort of multidisciplinary approach. I think there's something to be said it when it's available to be able to evaluated by more than one individual. But that those individuals are working in your best interest not their own. And that that doesn't grow on trees. Yeah. Again, I like to think that most people in our profession are genuinely working in the best interest of their patients. And again, I think it's the overwhelming majority of physicians who do that and these my experience here, but there again, like also mentioned there are some unforeseen influences or unrecognized influences that affect all of us because we are human and maybe taint. Tting are decisions in way that may not be fully within the best interest of the patients. So there are a lot of things in orthopedic surgery now that are quite popular and they've become almost rampant, and I don't have enough of a sense of their value. So for example, like PRP in stem cells like, let's let's talk about PR p for moment. So maybe just explained for someone who's listening to this. Who hasn't heard of it? What is it is a concentrated portion of your blood platelet rich plasma and the procedure itself is quite simple. We basically take a needle put in your vein. Take some blood out, and then put that tube of blood into a centrifuge and the heavy portions of your blood, go to the bottom, light abortions. Go top the platelet rich plasmas typically in the middle, and you take the platelet rich plasma and you injected into a knee shoulder attendant for healing purposes. And the ideas that the platelets are rich in healing factors in veg of and drive growth actors so that you can stimulate accelerate vascular into growth factor. So another one of these growth. Factors that would promote growth you. So again, the idea being that you can exceleron healing. You can take the body's natural healing responses, and and really supercharge them to some degree or super concentrate them to some degree. So the studies about Pierre P or somewhat imperfect because there's so many different commercial preparations of PRP in this sort of general categories Leukocyte rich PRP so high in white count white cells is Leukocyte poor those were deliberate design choices or those. Yes. Methodology difference. Yes. Yes. Design choices. And then again, several different types of preparations for PRP. So you're dealing with very heterogeneous starting point. And so one PRP injection doesn't isn't the equivalent of another European action. But it's hard to really know whether PRP's making a big difference in ten with these most commonly, it doesn't seem to be regressing articulate cartilage when you injected into a knee or shoulder ankle or hip, it may be helping the stimulate..

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"prp" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I don't find that PRP is as good for volume for, you know, for adding volume to something as it is for improving the skin itself. So I've done it before. It's not my favorite procedure, honestly, but some people do it where you're basically taking PRP and you're using your put your injecting that into the breasts, and you're trying to increase the volume of the breasts in those areas, and maybe even increase improve the skin texture and tone and things like that. I think those would Kim Kardashian did. She was like a vampire facelift, but then I think she did the breast lift as well with the. I don't know if she used the x. OEMs, but I'm pretty sure she did platelet rich plasma, which is kind of like the the lower hanging fruit and more common procedure, right? Yeah, the PR procedures. I mean, you can find them all over the place, and there are a lot of people doing them. They've been around for several years and you know, you could get the facial injections that shot the p. shot the vampire breast than the hair within the Hera generation. And then what we've done is just started adding additional things to the PRP which we're finding are actually really helpful and kind of just give you wear more benefit like, whoa, well, the x. zones themselves. And we're also we've also done some work with ozone or adding ozone to the PRP, which is something else we've been experimenting with. So we're always looking for new ways to make, you know, make these things more effective. How does the ozone work. So ozone. We can actually does an eight the PRP before you inject it, you're just adding this oxygen to it. There's a lot of research and ozone for all kinds of things, inflammatory disorders and chronic disorders, and you can give it IV or you can give it topically. There's all different ways to do it. But what we've been doing just recently is is adding ozone to the PRP. So you're basically kind of giving your even more healing powers to that PRP before you inject it. So it doesn't. It's not a different procedure. It's just a different way of preparing the PRP. Okay. So in in terms of the hair part of things, is there actual research that shows that or have you observed in the patients you've injected? As far as the hairline is concerned that you actually get restoration of hair growth or a staving off of hair loss? I mean, what? What exactly happens in that scenario? Because a lot of people wanna maintain that that full headed. So there is actually a fair amount of research with PRP. There's less so with stem cells. There are a couple of studies with stem cells and Xs, but most of us would PRP that. Show that if you have to have you have to have some hair follicle..

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"prp" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"It's usually it's PRP at least. And then I, I will oftentimes at other things to it like the stem cells, the x. zone was but injections into the clitoris and into the interior badger while kind of where the g spot is the upper part of the, the vagina, which is also where that you re throw is, which is the tube that drains your bladder. You know, when you're urinating. So we can see improvements in things like stress, incontinence, which is when you have to pay a little bit when you're jumping as well as improvements and things like orgasm, strength and pleasure. And since Asian and lubrication. Vaginal tightness in an all the good stuff. Have you ever heard of the injunctions unto yourself. I have when I was working feel I ju just just just a women because it because you know, my my wife has a pretty high pain tolerance. And when I saw her get the stem cells PRP injected 'cause I washed the procedure like she was grimacing seem pretty painful, but, but I'm just curious, like I mean for for me, it was just this really uncomfortable pressure like like a strange pressure sensation. Yeah, the for me the the vaginal injection was kind of a crappy feeling like I've had before, but like just kind of pelvic cramp that lasted a few minutes with this. I I did. I had this done when I was learning how to do the procedure myself. So it was other doctors who were learning as well a performance always what you want someone Guinea pigging Donald. And he's like a whole group to is that there were like five of them, and one of them was performing it, and the other one was we're watching. And so it was very weird. But anyway, go for drinks afterwards. Pretend it didn't happen. But the the the clitoral injection was actually a little bit painful because they didn't. They didn't give me the numbing cream from very long. 'cause we were kind of in a hurry that day. And so I felt like it was more painful than it usually is for my patients just because it didn't have time to numb. So it wasn't. It wasn't, you know it was. It was like a five minutes of pain kind of thing, but but most of my patients now we give them a lotta time to numb and it's really not uncomfortable for, I would say, ninety percent of people..

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"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Tolerance. The heavier duty lasers more powerful are going to require some type of anesthesia, whether it's an injection, topical, anesthesia. Sometime sedation often we do them in combination with surgery, so I pay asleep while I'm leaving them. We're doing one thing and then we're lazing another. That is something where you need a consultation and someone to evaluate your skin type and say, okay, this is my recommendation for you. Based on my experience, my knowledge, my training, but they're also, I think when you what you would also lump into that, that category would be the energy devices that are now becoming more rampant and these are designed for face rejuvenation, terms of tightening, not the skin surface. So the first generation things like the Mazda use radiofrequency or today seal therapy, which is a focused ultrasound, you're seeing more plasma devices. The idea is heat is stimulating collagen synthesis and contraction and tightening and for the most part of underwhelmed with these technologies in a way, it's almost like, you know, I kind of referred to like the emperor wears no clothes where the doctor has invested a lot of money in this device. And so they have some stake in it working, whether it does or not. And the patient is investing a substantial amount of money potentially for them. And so you don't wanna feel like you're a sucker. And you've spent a lot of money on something that doesn't work, but you have to look at the before and after photos. And if you have a hard time telling which is which then you're not gonna see a lot. Is anybody doing anything with PRP in terms of facial rejuvenation, PRP rich pies has obviously achieved some success. Although I think it is still somewhat questionable, but at least anecdotally, there are people who are certainly reporting success in the periphery, for example, treating orthopedic injuries with it, and it started out, I think, for the dental realm for dry sockets. I think they sort of pioneered PRP and a lot of ways. So I didn't know it and I think you know here New York, I feel like you can get PRP on every corner. Now it's become so widespread in medical spas and cosmetic practices because it's so accessible for providers to always Atallah goose. Yes. Okay, of course. So what that means for people is it's your own. They take yours out. They spent it. They return it versus Allah. Which would mean you could use it from donor. So what do they would've people doing skin with this? I think you probably feel the same way as me whenever there's something like touted as a as a cure all you have to be a little bit skeptical. I can PRP help your joint pain and can make your skin.

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"prp" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on WJR 760

"Also gets. You into the Iraqi, institute if you'd like to call and speak with. Dr Herati directly please do so, anytime after the show tomorrow during. The week let's talk about those gimmicks. So liquid facelift is simply using volume to enhance replenish laws volume did you. Redesign that muscle no okay, vampire facelift is using PRP familiar David sound sexy vampire facelift too simplistic Pierre p. which is a platelet rich plasma it's supposed to. Enrich the collagen the skin did you don't, if the muscle No Why is it? Called the. Facelift one stitch left is supposed to be a simple stitch to pull and tighten in the. Muscle no fast left lifestyle left instant. Left, now check this one. Out tape left where people tape being behind or around their years to camouflage or pretend to have a face. Left they put their over it and they fake having a face lift and they go out to. Events, I I swear I heard about this from my. Patients I looked it up and I, said you, know there's so many things out there that are incredible insane lifestyle lift originated from, Michigan went out of business and they're trying to come. Back this one was one of the, biggest Scams in, recent history, that spilled over to many many states and eventually they were able to stop it, and now they're trying to come back and the different. Twisted unique sexy name folks pay attention This is not something to play around with make. Sure you go. To a board certified plastic surgeon get your. Face London hospital in various elect surgery centers do your research make sure you talk. To people and you know this stuff, is not. Simple it's done correctly the success, rate, is very, high, done, incorrectly you. Could end. Up injured traumatized or have permanent changes that will not be. Changed I two four..

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"prp" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on KSRO

"Injections of the scalp probably once every six months if you find that you get results with this, okay do your initial series series and you know and if you don't get. Results then of course, then you were a non. Responder and we're not going to watch it you, know to to do that but if you've got a response to do maintenance and increase the thickness. Of the, hair I would definitely recommend the PRP about once every six months In fact, I I'm such a believer in this we actually use the PRP now where we do hair transplants. So when we actually take care from one part of the of the scalp to put in, another area and that's where another another another show. While. We do hair transplants but we actually use, peer p. as well when we're, doing the hair, transplant to improve the the take if you will of the hair transplant, so I'm a big proponent of. Using PRP for hair loss both by injection itself or by adding it as part of, a hair transplant program well I'm stunned that so effectiveness yes Yes and the process, doesn't sound really it is, there's really no downtime there's a little bit. Of discomfort when, you, when we're going to do multiple obviously little tiny needle punctures inject the check the PRP under the scalp but we have, we have Zimmer. Cooler it's, called, and so is like an air. Blower but it's this really cold air and I had it. Done on me and Helier medical who's our Esotique also discussed her medical assistant degree I congratulations Haley she'll, be holding that on the hair effect I thought she was they, were freezing off my hair follicles that have had previously transplant don't hold that thing too close but it, was so cold but it definitely made. The process more comfortable so you know we we do try to make things as comfortable for our patients as I've had people rubbed my head. In, there and Mike I'm never. Leaving That's right Right well always throwing me the curveball PRP for hair loss and they're doing it now at the aesthetic laser in, vain center Santa, Rosa nappy, and Matt we will be back with more of,.

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"prp" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Have the prp treatment done so sports related injuries like jumpers knees the patellar the patellar tendon or tana's elbows all of them have had exhilarated healing with the prp and so treating you're treating sports injuries prp also helps repairs different different tissues such as condo sites some mobile sides in other things that can also help your own themselves come to the area quicker to help with the healing so again it's coming soon here so that we can actually is why i can actually provided to patients your help gains 'cause that's our our population whether it be men or women do have chronic degenerative osteoarthritis or different kind of pains that they won't relief and i know that the prp could give them that relief we just need to hurry up and get there and provide that care for them i know i've found it frustrating that most doctors don't really seem very on board with this year they don't know probably a lot of the research seems like something a lot of patients are requesting for different uses but not necessarily that is wide spread do you think in the future hopefully this'll become a more widespread treatment that more doctors are familiar with all yes absolutely because again the downtime is less on it's less risk for infection of course you're dealing with joins on your you might be dealing with some bones but i i mean when it's completed when i do these or when i've seen shoulders completed or even elbows hips i mean the patients do get relief and again like i wanna say good majority of them can either avoid surgery completely or delay the onset for them to need to go to surgery where they'll be out of work and they'll be out of commission for for months maybe even two years depending on their age depending on how quickly their body can recover so i think it's gonna be it's gonna be something to look forward to in the future prp prp for the joints in in housing in offices that will be great to see.

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"prp" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"prp" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"July twenty sixteen she opened her new practice greensboro rejuvenation the center for integrative health and wellness she completed her regenerative medicine training in twenty fifteen regenerative medicine is cutting edge medicine doctor bay enjoys treating her patients with regenerative medicine approaches such as platelet rich plasma she has witnessed successful prp treatment of sexual dysfunction hair loss scars stretch marks as well as joint spine conditions she is the only medical provider in greece monroe carolina who has mastered these prp treatment indications she looks at the whole person she looks ways to treat problems conservatively dr day prefers to minimize the use of pharmaceuticals as much as possible i it is indeed my pleasure to have you with dr day welcome thank you for having get on your show oh no it's a pleasure there too few people who look at the whole person and and even to use these regenerative reproaches so one to start by explaining a bit about regenerative medicine okay so with regenerative medicine this is an area of medicine that has been around but the initial focus was more with chronic ulcers and burns and then it transitions into the dental community and then in the early nineteen nineties we started to see more with the elite athletes onesies canada germany to have this approach done for whether it's rotator cuff injuries or minuscule tears and then towards the mid nineties and early two thousand with more providers in the state started learning the approach and it's been pretty fascinating to see how our bodies have the capability of truly regenerating parts that are needed whether it's a torn rotator cuff tendon or cartilage with an.

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"prp" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"prp" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Those were the first ones to use peer really where did they use prp platelet rich plasma in to to regrow gums and stuff owned it yet have you heard about any of that well he has the big thing that we deal with is first of all most dental mella collusions are from underdevelopment of the upper jaw k with crooked teeth malik lucians who arrived yet we are cricket teeth overbites 100 bites all of that is because trump upper jaw that's underdeveloped well we know that there are stem cells that are within what we call the mid paul till suture and when we expand properly and that slow helpful expansion those stem cells are activated and we get new bone formation unitary nc you proved through your research he you're one of the first to do this they were telling you you can't take an adult palette and expand it right that's correct because they said it's already formed is the biggest lie in orthodontic you proven that an adult talat without being cracked open and and and stretched apart with machinery like they do in surgery let it could be done naturally and what your body is actually doing is forming new bone this crap and that's where the stem cell this correct and if you expand too fast or do surgery then where you expand too fast then you get cartilage that fills in that area instead of bone and it becomes very unstable i'm wondering if in the future they use stem cells as kind of an odd meant treatment augmentation to to augment the the palette expansion tomorrow serves luanda but those searchers already have stem cells that been proven cool thrill three seven one three talk kate what's going on with you kate hurry yeah thank you so much for taking my call it's going on i'm calling because i repeat.

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"prp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"prp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Throws easy slant with the backers coming up and play action passing going the light shower curtains doing so real quick on that sorry try real quick i it the tries not here the sleeping prp os or the read options at once would do the can nature they just not to do them and because there's no threat falls is going to keep the ball so do you have to is it could become more about just the play calling as opposed to the player but you know obviously there's some things the nick won't be able to do yeah carson under who think it is paul of the ball and raanan anybody's ever called nichols a fleetfooted no quick release quarterback and that's where carson can do but there's there's many ways it's going gonna cut so they can keep the rpf zan this is not going to be as much a quarterback run our appeals in reaction i met more the read out and may be a handoff or throw as opposed to hand off throw or run right and i think you can still run those in their built the built to do this but they can also go onto centre just hand ball off dayagi in and wrangler one be fun they got four running back invest rushing attack in the nfl robber griffin the third with us on espn radio on espn to want to talk a little bit about the something that was a bright spot for the cleveland browns and now is the return of josh gordon agai you know well from your time to bail ag you know he he obviously has had a lot to deal with any sort of late it out there in that one interview were you know he was he was dealing with these substances his entire life he's only twenty six years old what do you think the upside still is for josh i mean you know jg is part of the reason.

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"prp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"prp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ask about their newest treatment prp a woman named catherine ram powell an opinion writer at the amazon prime washington post you as you believe basch is not all trump and this week she urged her fellow liberals to rethink their core beliefs about business after saying she supports policies that are supposed to provide higher wages and more paid fan we've sick time and overtime she said each of these policies has the potential to make workers more cost leads hire cumulatively they all bowl certainly do she admitted what happened when seattle raise their minimum wage a thirteen dollars an hour workers ended up with smaller paychecks as business owners cut back their hours she said a lefty pro labour platform might actually encourage people to hire less labour wall in this ram pelt went where liberals rare go she criticised an obama regulation that force businesses to pay over time to more employees trump's labour departments revising it it won't impact businesses nearly as hard she writes as strange as it feels to say something nice about policies being pursued by trump this might be a better approach wait a minute trump might be right ran pels fellow progressives must be furious with her to liberals businesses only exist to give employees benefits and health care and wages companies concerned with profits why that's unacceptable they're just greedy ms remm pal i don't know how you got past your editors with this i do hope you still have a job no morning joe with brian says willing katie agreed on talk radio vare sixty s oval you gotta check.

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