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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine is a global leader in orthopaedic sports medicine and is committed to getting patients back to their passion, while looking to advance procedural solutions in sports medicine and soft tissue repair.

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Platelet Rich Plasma Procedure

PRP preparation is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure that typically takes less than an hour in your doctor's office.

Before PRP

Before PRP use, your doctor will first identify whether you are a good candidate for PRP. You should inform your doctor of any medications you are taking.

During PRP

During PRP use, your blood will be drawn and processed, and your platelets will be concentrated. Your doctor may apply an anesthetic and utilize specialized instruments when using your own high-concentrated PRP.

After PRP

After PRP use, you may experience soreness, pain, and swelling associated with your procedure. Talk to your doctor about what to expect and steps you can take to help minimize potential side effects. A follow-up appointment may be scheduled for your doctor to monitor your progress.

PEAK Platelet Rich Plasma System

Efficiently producing high-quality PRP.

  • High concentration of platelets2
  • Low platelet activation preserves PRP bioactivity1,3
  • Up to 10x faster compared to other PRP systems4
  • Reproducibly isolates approximately 90% of available platelets from whole blood2,3

Paying for PRP

Ask your doctor’s office what payment option may be best for you.

For more information click PEAK Patient Brochure.

PEAKTM Platelet Rich Plasma System




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