Get Back Into Life's Circle



Give your body the chance it needs to revive and feel alive again.

Protecting Your Beauty

Helping our patients restore and protect their appearance through the most advanced cosmetic procedures available.

Protecting Your Beauty

Helping our patients restore and protect their appearance through the most advanced cosmetic procedures available.

Athletes & Highly Active People

Whether you are pro athlete or a weekend warrior, a non-surgical approach to joint pain is the No. 1 option.

Athletes & Highly Active People

Whether you are pro athlete or a weekend warrior, a non-surgical approach to joint pain is the No. 1 option.

Read what our clients are saying


Frequently asked questions

1What is PRP?
Platelet-rich plasma commonly referred to as "PRP", is the concentrated portion taken from your whole blood that is spun down and separated producing a concentration of platelets. Platelets are the clotting cells of our blood and they have great potential in stimulating healing.
2Is PRP safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
Yes. Our treatments use your own blood there are no adverse side effects or risk of an allergic reaction, and all treatments are custom-tailored to fit your individual needs.
3What are growth factors?

Growth factors are substances in your body that occur naturally. They are important for regulating a number of biological processes capable of stimulating cellular growth, proliferation, and wound healing.

PRP contains a number of growth factors that include: Epidermal growth factor, which promotes cell growth, blood vessel formation, and wound healing; Fibroblast growth factor, which promotes cell growth, tissue repair, and collagen synthesis; Platelet-derived growth factor, which promotes cell growth, generation repair of blood vessels, and collagen production just to name a few.

4Uses of PRP
The indications for PRP include facial rejuvenation, joint pain, hair loss, incontinence, and wound healing. With respect to joint pain, such conditions include pain relief from osteoarthritis, tendonitis, acute on chronic injuries. With respect to hairloss, such conditions include androgenic alopecia, alopecia areata, telogen effluvium, traction alopecia, and the very difficult to treat cicatricial alopecia - working for both men and women.

Receive Our Periodic Newsletter

No Spam here!
We are providing you with health tips, company and industry updates.
//]]>