PRP/PRF Orthopedics for Pain Management in Phoenix

Conveniently located to serve the Phoenix, Glendale and Scottsdale area.

What is PRP Orthopedics?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Orthopedics isn’t just another treatment; it’s a medical revolution. By harnessing the power of platelets present in our own blood, PRP focuses on promoting natural healing in injured or degenerated tissues. PRP therapy offers many benefits over traditional treatments like corticosteroid injections and hyaluronic acid injections. While corticosteroid injections provide temporary relief, they come with potential side effects such as joint damage and infection. On the other hand, hyaluronic acid injections might be less effective in treating certain orthopedic conditions. In contrast, PRP provides long-lasting relief, promotes tissue regeneration, and stands as a natural, less invasive treatment option with minimal chances of side effects. At Beso Wellness and Beauty, located in Phoenix and catering to the Scottsdale and Glendale regions, we’re pioneering this groundbreaking solution.

How Does PRP Work? The Deep Dive into the Science

Blood, the life-giving fluid coursing through our veins, is more than just a transporter of oxygen. It contains platelets rich in growth factors, molecules crucial for tissue repair and regeneration. In PRP therapy, a patient’s blood is processed to isolate and concentrate these platelets. This enriched PRP is then reintroduced to the affected area, releasing growth factors that not only speed up cell repair but also stimulate tissue regeneration, reducing inflammation and fostering a more robust healing process. This method capitalizes on the platelets’ innate healing properties, producing outcomes that surpass many conventional treatments.

Benefits of PRP in Pain Management in Phoenix and Scottsdale

PRP is gaining traction for multiple reasons:

  • Natural Healing Amplified: PRP therapy leverages the body’s intrinsic healing abilities, amplified for greater effectiveness.
  • Reduced Recovery Time: The treatment often results in faster tissue regeneration, shortening the recovery window.
  • Minimized Medication Dependence: PRP often reduces the need for painkillers post-therapy, offering a significant advantage for those cautious about long-term medication use.
  • Safety and Compatibility: Being derived from the patient’s blood, PRP minimizes risks of allergic reactions or infections.

Conditions Treated

At Beso Wellness and Beauty, our experienced professionals employ PRP to address a spectrum of orthopedic ailments. These conditions span from hips and knees affected by age-related erosion or arthritis, elbow pains like tennis elbow, to rotator cuff injuries in the shoulder. Furthermore, PRP’s properties make it ideal for treating cartilage regeneration in joints damaged by injuries or conditions such as osteoarthritis. The diverse range of treatable conditions includes:

  • Tennis elbow.
  • Hip and knee osteoarthritis.
  • Plantar fasciitis.
  • Shoulder labral tear.
  • Coccydynia.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Bicep tendonitis.
  • Tendon and ligament repairs: Especially relevant for age-related tendon and ligament erosion which leads to decreased elasticity and increased injury risk.


PRP and PRF may seem akin, but differences distinguish them. While PRP has been the choice for longer, PRF, with its denser platelet concentration, leukocytes, and unique fibrin matrix, is gradually gaining favor. This structure allows for an extended release of growth factors, promising sustained benefits.

PRF for Wound Healing

PRF, particularly its fibrin matrix, significantly impacts wound care. This matrix presents an ideal environment for cellular migration and proliferation, making PRF an increasingly popular solution for complex wounds, surgical sites, and chronic ulcers.

Ideal Candidates in Phoenix and Scottsdale

PRP, with its myriad benefits, isn’t universally suited. Those often finding success with PRP include:

  • Individuals wrestling with chronic pain unresponsive to standard treatments.
  • Athletes or fitness enthusiasts grappling with sports injuries.
  • Those intrigued by innovative, non-surgical, and holistic interventions.

What to Expect

Visiting Beso Wellness and Beauty always ensures an experience steeped in compassion and expertise. Our specialists conduct a thorough evaluation, discussing medical histories, current conditions, and long-term aspirations to determine the optimal therapeutic approach.

PRP/PRF Procedure in Phoenix

The PRP/PRF procedure at Beso is efficient and patient-friendly:

  • A modest volume of blood is drawn from the patient.
  • Employing cutting-edge centrifugation methods, platelets are separated and concentrated.
  • With meticulous imaging guidance ensuring precision, the PRP/PRF is then injected into the target area, initiating the healing cascade.


Following PRP treatment, patients may experience some tenderness, reminiscent of post-workout sensations. It’s imperative to heed our expert’s advice, abstaining from rigorous activities for a few days to optimize the healing potential.


Immediate comfort is a frequent feedback, yet PRP’s true marvel unravels over weeks. The renewed tissues progressively diminish pain, with peak outcomes often observed a few months after the procedure.


Costs can vary based on treatment specifics and individual requirements. However, an investment in PRP/PRF usually equates to long-term health benefits. For a detailed pricing structure, a consultation at Beso Wellness and Beauty is advised.

Associated Procedures

Beso provides an array of treatments in conjunction with PRP, ensuring each patient’s distinct needs are catered to. These encompass:

  • Joint Injections.
  • Prolozone Therapy.
  • Trigger Point Injections.
  • HA (Hyaluronic Acid) Injections.


How many sessions will I need?

Typically, 1-3 sessions are adequate, but individual needs can fluctuate.

Are there side effects?

PRP boasts an excellent safety record. However, temporary soreness or swelling might emerge.

Can I combine PRP with other treatments?

Yes, often PRP is combined for enhanced effects.

How long is the recovery time post-treatment?

Typically, 3-7 days.

Are the results permanent?

The effects of PRP can last for months, but periodic treatments may be beneficial.

Personalized Consultation with Beso: Our Unique Holistic Approach

At Beso Wellness and Beauty, we integrate the principles of Functional Medicine into our consultations, focusing on treating the whole individual and understanding the root cause of ailments. Every consultation is tailored, every treatment personalized, ensuring every patient feels acknowledged and cherished. Rooted in modern research and traditional wisdom, our integrative approach is designed to heal, rejuvenate, and inspire. Whether you choose an in-person or virtual consultation, our team equipped with state-of-the-art equipment ensures that patients receive the highest quality care. At Beso, we are committed to ensuring that our patients attain their health and wellness objectives.

Concluding Thoughts

With the innovative power of PRP Orthopedics, Beso Wellness and Beauty marks the dawn of a new age in orthopedic treatments. Its ability to promote tissue repair, drastically reduce pain, and improve overall mobility and flexibility places it in a league of its own. Embracing this avant-garde solution could redefine your journey to optimal well-being.


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Joint Injections

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Ozone Therapy

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Trigger Point Injections

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