Chronic Pain? Get Back to Life Naturally with PRP Therapy

Hi, I’m Dr. Keith Newton. I’m an experienced Pain Specialist and your consultant for lasting relief. I help patients cure chronic pain with PRP therapy. It’s a safe and effective alternative to surgery and drugs.

Benefits of the PRP Treatment

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy harnesses your body’s natural healing power. Platelets, concentrated from your own blood, are injected into the injured area, stimulating tissue repair and reducing pain. This safe, effective, and natural approach helps you get back to peak performance fast, without surgery.

How Does the PRP Procedure Work?

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Before & After PRP

BEFORE PRP
  • Can’t enjoy activities you love
  • Sleepless and drained of energy
  • High¬†surgery bills & long wait time
  • Surgery risks and long recovery
  • Pain impacting your career
AFTER PRP
  • Rediscover your passions
  • Wake up refreshed and energized
  • Affordable & no long waiting lists
  • Fast recovery:¬†No downtime
  • Maintain your career and income

Common Pains I Treat with PRP

While PRP therapy can address pain throughout the body, some of the most common conditions I help patients overcome include:

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Dr. Keith Newton, your fellowship-trained pain specialist pain relief specialist.

I graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. I went on to specialize in anesthesiology at the University of Central Florida.

I combine my expertise in anesthesiology and pain medicine to offer solutions for chronic pain without relying solely on surgery.

Visit Spruce Pain Solutions in Carson City, Nevada, or learn about natural pain management strategies on my YouTube channel.

If you’re ready to explore natural, non-surgical options, book a free consultation today.

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FAQ

Regenerative medicine is the science of leveraging the body’s natural healing ability. It restores cells, organs, and tissues to normal function without foreign chemicals. So you can eliminate pain quickly and regain back the quality of your life naturally.

One method in regenerative medicine is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP is a concentrated form of your own blood platelets, rich in growth factors that play a vital role in healing and repair.

We draw a little of your blood. Then, we separate and concentrate the platelets using a centrifuge. The PRP solution is then injected into the affected area guided by ultrasound. This stimulates the body’s natural healing. It helps grow tissue, eases pain, and improves joints.

You may feel some discomfort. We’ll use 2 levels of anesthetic to make your experience as comfortable as possible. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Numbing of the skin: We use a cooling spray to minimize pain from the needle.
  • Local Anesthetic: This is followed by an injection to numb the area around the treatment site.

Most of my patients can drive themselves home after the PRP procedures. Expect some slight soreness. Rarely, you may even have more pain at the injection site. Platelets activate and release growth factors, causing the pain. It usually ends in a week.

Depending on which type of PRP procedure you’ll undergo, I will advise you on how to manage your pain. In the rare occurrence that you’re experiencing unusual pain, you may contact me for treatment.

Most of the time, my patients get more relief in the long term. It makes up for the slight upfront discomfort.

Everyone’s recovery time will vary. Many variables apply to each person. But here’s a general estimate:

  • You may restore your baseline activities by around the 6th week.
  • You’ll see clear improvements by the 3rd month.

The number of PRP injections needed will vary for each individual and case.

For some, you only need 1 injection that can last up to a year. In other cases, you may need booster injections after the 3rd month.

To know for sure, book a free consultation call with me.

The main risk for any medical procedure is that your body might have an allergic reaction to foreign substances. But since PRP is using platelets derived from your own blood, you won’t have this problem.

The most common side effects are post-inflammatory reactions. You’ll get minor swelling and discomfort at the injection area for the first few days. This will go away on its own as your body heals.

Some insurance covers PRP treatments depending on the severity of your case. But you can expect that most insurance companies don’t.

The PRP treatment is endorsed by professional medical bodies, such as the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American College of Rheumatology. But, insurance companies still consider it experimental.

PRP will soon be mainstream to be seen as a regular treatment by insurance companies.

In the meantime, book a free consultation to check your options.