Your body has a remarkable ability to repair and heal itself. And PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma, is one method that regenerative medicine has been using to help the body heal.
Regenerative medicine, is a new discipline in medical science that’s focused on gaining a better understanding of the body’s own healing processes. It’s also developing therapies to imitate them for faster and more efficient healing.
These therapeutic agents, are not drugs, but are referred to as “biologics”.
They use your body’s own cells and tissues to be created. These biologic agents may very well be the future of medicine. PRP in particular is already proven to be effective, and its use is becoming more and more widespread.
What is PRP?
Your blood is basically made of two components, one solid, and one liquid. The solid part contains your red and white blood cells, proteins, and specialized cells known as platelets.
Platelets play an important role in healing. The liquid portion in which all of these solids are suspended is called plasma. Using a centrifuge we can separate out the red and white blood cells from the plasma.
This leaves a liquid solution with a super- concentrated amount of platelets, undifferentiated stem cells, and specialized proteins known as “growth factors.”
That solution is Platelet Rich Plasma. When applied to a wound, or injected into an injury site, PRP has been shown to stimulate healing and the regeneration of new cells and tissues.
PRP and Joint Health
The earliest successful use of PRP has been in the field of sports and orthopedic medicine. It has been used to improve and speed up the healing of sports and joint related injuries.
Damage to tendons and ligaments, the most common sports injuries, have proven to respond very well to PRP. Sports stars from Tiger Woods to Kobe Bryant have used PRP to “get back in the game.”
PRP is rapidly becoming the standard of care for joint related injuries such as the elbow, wrist, knee and shoulder injuries.
PRP and Sexual Wellness
PRP apparently aids in healing joint injuries by stimulating increased blood flow to the injection site. It also promotes the growth of new cells.
Some researchers used to speculate what would happen if it were injected into a part of the body that was not necessarily injured, but could benefit from increased blood flow, and the rejuvenation of cells?
This lead to a remarkably effective male enhancement procedure known as the P-shot. In the P-shot, PRP is painlessly injected into the penis, were it increases blood flow, stimulates the rejuvenation of tissue, and results in an improved ability to obtain and maintain an erection!
I have taken the proven effectiveness of the P-shot to a new level, and have created my own proprietary erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment known as the Gains Enhancement.
The Gains Enhancement Plus combines PRP with my own customized blend of all-natural fillers and enhancers to provide more effective and longer lasting results than the P-shot.
Doctors from all over the country have been coming to our Aventura headquarters to train on how to administer the Gains Enhancement to their own patients.
The Gains Enhancement will improve your ability to obtain longer, stronger and more sustainable erections. Additionally, it is the only non-surgical ED treatment that can also increase both the length and the girth of your penis.
You can find out a lot more about sexual wellness and other ways to age optimally in Dr. Gaines’ new full length book, Great Gains For Life.
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