Medica Institute offer minimally invasive, non-surgical regenerative Phlebitic Ulcer treatment to get your life back on track!
Phlebitic Ulcers are chronic non-healing painful leg ulcers that can be complicated by secondary bacterial infection. At Medica Institute, we offer an innovative approach to treatment of chronic phlebitic ulcers with minimally invasive non-surgical Regenerative Therapy. Regenerative Therapy involves taking a blood sample from your arm to extract platelet rich plasma (PRP) which has the ability to initiate regeneration of damaged tissue. After preparation the PRP is injected around the ulcers to promote natural skin healing and you can start to see healing within a few weeks. You may need more than one injection to get the best results depending on the severity of your case.
This is a procedure carries minimal risks but may have maximum benefits. Regenerative Therapy has helped untold amounts of people to improve their quality of life. It by means of several protocols will ultimately help initiate the self-healing cycle in the injured part of the body and the end result then is pain relief.
Non-surgical Regenerative treatments are a same-day procedures and the options are:
In certain cases it may be a combination of more than one treatment protocol. For some patients however, the complete protocol is a series of injections in several treatment sessions. The choice of treatment is at the discretion of the Consultant and is based on your unique case.
Please contact us for a consultation and complete assessment to determine whether or not your condition can be treated with these minimally invasive, non-surgical regenerative procedures.
What are the top Benefits of Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments?
With so many options out there, you may be wondering what benefits choosing Non-surgical Regenerative Treatments provides. Over all Regenerative treatments are minimally invasive, non-surgical same day procedures with no risk of rejection, minimal recovery time and minimal worry. You are fully awake and ready to go home within a few hours after injections in the affected area. Since you undergo an autologous transplant with the cells that originated within your own body, your immune system has no reason to attack them and is in turn much safer than other outside sources, there is no risk of contracting a transmittable infectious disease from a donor patient also. In fact, studies thus far have indicated no safety issues with fat-derived autologous (from self) cells. Because they are your own cells, the risk of rejection is eliminated. Like any procedure, there is a minute risk of infection at the sample collection and at the injection site. To minimise that risk the procedure is carried out under strict sterile conditions.