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Regenerative Therapy
For Injury Recovery

Famous athletes such as Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, and Maria Sharapova credit their quick injury recoveries to PRP. You can gain the same benefits.

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Regenerative Therapy
May Be An Alternative
To Surgery

Regenerative therapies are an effective alternative to surgery for sports-related injuries such as rotator cuff tears, ACL, spine, tendinitis, sports hernia, and joint injuries.

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Regenerative Therapy
For Pain

Regenerative Therapy such as PRP has been revolutionary for pain relief. It effectively promotes long-lasting healing using the power of your own body.

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Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Regenerative Therapy, Injury recovery

Regenerative Therapy
For Injury Recovery

Famous athletes such as Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, and Maria Sharapova credit their quick injury recoveries to PRP. You can gain the same benefits.

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Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Regenerative Therapy, Alternative To Surgery

Regenerative Therapy
To Avoid Surgery

Regenerative therapies are an effective alternative to surgery for sports-related injuries such as rotator cuff tears, ACL, spine, tendinitis, sports hernia, and joint injuries.

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Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Regenerative Therapy, Pain

Regenerative Therapy
For Pain

Regenerative Therapy such as PRP has been revolutionary for pain relief. It effectively promotes long-lasting healing using the power of your own body.

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What is PRP?
Platelet-Rich Plasma

Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Avastar Wave
Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Avastar Wave

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is one of the newest ways to help with recovery, injury, and pain relief. PRP uses a highly concentrated solution of your body’s own platelets to accelerate the natural healing of damaged tissue. Platelets are found in your blood and play an important role in healing injuries. Growth factors and proteins found in the platelets speed up the body’s tissue repair process, especially in degenerative tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments) that have not healed correctly initially after an injury or from overuse.

What is PRP?
Platelet-Rich Plasma

Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Avastar Wave
Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Avastar Wave

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is one of the newest ways to help with recovery, injury, and pain relief. PRP uses a highly concentrated solution of your body’s own platelets to accelerate the natural healing of damaged tissue. Platelets are found in your blood and play an important role in healing injuries. Growth factors and proteins found in the platelets speed up the body’s tissue repair process, especially in degenerative tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments) that have not healed correctly initially after an injury or from overuse.

Shockwave Therapy
Using PulseWave

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ShockWave, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy, is a radial shockwave device which uses the body’s intrinsic repair mechanisms to regenerate the tissue. The application of the focused acoustic wave therapy results in transient cellular membrane permeability. The exchange of substances between cells is thus improved. The acoustic wave therapy treatment increases blood flow in all tissue layers, including the connective tissue, through vasodilation and vascularization.

Physiotherapy Pain Relief

Using the body’s regenerative ability, Shock Wave Therapy accelerates tissue repair, provides great pain relief and improves quality of life.

Plantar Fasciitis

Body Shaping

Tennis Elbow

Knee Pain

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How can Regenerative Therapy help you?

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Injury Recovery

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used by many professional athletes. Superstars like Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez, Tiger Woods, and Maria Sharapova during some of their most difficult injuries and reported incredible benefits. However, you do not have to be an elite athlete to take advantage of the benefits offered by regenerative medicine.

PRP has been proved to accelerate the rate at which tissue heals. For injuries related to tendons, ligaments, and muscles it has proven to be highly effective. Especially for ligament injuries which are usually the most lengthy and difficult. This is recommended for those that want to speed up the healing time.

PRP has been shown to help calm inflammation. This is because platelets are cell fragments that have growth factors that produce fibroblasts and endothelial cells. Your body uses these to promote healing and reduce inflammation.

PRP is minimally invasive. It is performed via injections that are prepared by taking a few tubes of your own blood and running it to what is known as a centrifuge, to concentrate the platelets. We call these “activated platelets” and are injected into the area of injury.

FAQ

Some patients may experience dizziness, mild nausea, and fainting after PRP.

Some of the potential side effects of PRP include:

  • Pain in the injured area where injections are performed.
  • Allergic Reaction
  • Blood Clot
  • Discoloration of the skin

Some patients may require touch-up injections about once a year.

PRP is not recommended for patients that have a medical condition that can worsen with injections.

Potential Alternative
To Surgery

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment could potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. Both PRP and Stem Cell Therapy (sometimes used in tandem) could potentially help you avoid surgeries such as: knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

FAQ

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) differs from stem cells in that it uses the healing components found in blood plasma as opposed to stem cells to heal.

Generally speaking PRP injections are not painful; however, the discomfort level depends on the part of the body being treated. Injections into the joint are of minimal discomfort.

According to sports-health.com

“In one of the largest studies2 examining PRP, 230 patients with painful tennis elbow (lateral epicondylar tendinopathy) were treated with either a PRP injections or traditional treatments. After 24 weeks, nearly 84 percent of patients who received the PRP injections reported a 25 percent or greater reduction in pain, while 68.3 percent of the control group (p = 0.037) reported similar results.”

Many patients have reported seeing a major difference in just a few weeks. However, patient results vary.

Many patients have reported seeing a major difference in just a few weeks. However, patient results vary.

The majority of insurance companies consider PRP to be experimental so it will not cover the cost. However, some will pay for the consultation and other expenses incurred during the procedure.

Common Conditions

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear is a very common injury suffered by athletes involved in high-intensity sports like football, basketball, and/or soccer.  A torn ACL can be excruciating and the recovery process can be lengthy. PRP injections can be a very effective alternative to ACL reconstruction surgery.

A sports hernia can be an excruciating and potentially career-ending injury. It often occurs while performing sports that require a sudden change of movement or change of direction. PRP has been a very effective treatment of this injury.

Tendinosis refers to the thickening and scarring of the tendons. When this occurs the result could be both pain and a loss of flexibility in the joint combined with burning pain and swelling. PRP and/or Stem Cell Therapy has been a very effective treatment for this injury.

How can Regenerative Therapy help you?

Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Avastar Wave

Injury Recovery

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used by many professional athletes. Superstars like Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez, Tiger Woods, and Maria Sharapova during some of their most difficult injuries and reported incredible benefits. However, you do not have to be an elite athlete to take advantage of the benefits offered by regenerative medicine.

PRP has been proven to accelerate the rate at which tissue heals. For injuries related to tendons, ligaments, and muscles it has proven to be highly effective. Especially for ligament injuries which are usually the most lengthy and difficult. This is recommended for those that want to speed up the healing time.

PRP has been shown to help calm inflammation. This is because platelets are cell fragments that have growth factors that produce fibroblasts and endothelial cells. Your body uses these to promote healing and reduce inflammation.

PRP is minimally invasive. It is performed via injections that are prepared by taking a few tubes of your own blood and running it to what is known as a centrifuge, to concentrate the platelets. We call these “activated platelets” and are injected into the area of injury

FAQ

Some patients may experience dizziness, mild nausea, and fainting after PRP.

Some of the potential side effects of PRP include:

    • Pain in the injured area where injections are performed.
    • Allergic Reaction
    • Blood Clot
    • Discoloration of the skin

Some patients may require touch-up injections about once a year.

PRP treatmetn is not recommended for patients that have a medical condition that can worsen with injections.

Potential Alternative
To Surgery

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as: knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

Like any treatment option, the results depend on a variety of factors, including the extent of the injury. PRP treatment may potentially help you avoid surgeries such as knee replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, spinal fusion, and more.

FAQ

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) differs from stem cells in that it uses the healing components found in blood plasma as opposed to stem cells to heal.

Generally speaking PRP injections are not painful; however, the discomfort level depends on the part of the body being treated. Injections into the joint are of minimal discomfort.

According to sports-health.com

“In one of the largest studies2 examining PRP, 230 patients with painful tennis elbow (lateral epicondylar tendinopathy) were treated with either a PRP injections or traditional treatments. After 24 weeks, nearly 84 percent of patients who received the PRP injections reported a 25 percent or greater reduction in pain, while 68.3 percent of the control group (p = 0.037) reported similar results.”

Many patients have reported seeing a major difference in just a few weeks. However, patient results vary.

Many patients have reported seeing a major difference in just a few weeks. However, patient results vary.

The majority of insurance companies consider PRP and stem cell therapy to be experimental so it will not cover the cost. However, some will pay for the consultation and other expenses incurred during the procedure.

Common Conditions

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

PRP has been commonly used to treat a variety of conditions such as: tennis below (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tendinitis, Achilles tendinopathy, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis) as well as other tendon irritations. It’s shown high effectiveness for chronic tendon conditions, bursitis around the knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle joints. It is proven to help treat pain associated with the hip, knee, and shoulder osteoarthritis.

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear is a very common injury suffered by athletes involved in high-intensity sports like football, basketball, and/or soccer.  A torn ACL can be excruciating and the recovery process can be lengthy. PRP injections can be a very effective alternative to ACL reconstruction surgery.

A sports hernia can be an excruciating and potentially career-ending injury. It often occurs while performing sports that require a sudden change of movement or change of direction. PRP has been a very effective treatment of this injury.

Tendinosis refers to the thickening and scarring of the tendons. When this occurs the result could be both pain and a loss of flexibility in the joint combined with burning pain and swelling. PRP and/or Stem Cell Therapy has been a very effective treatment for this injury.

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Avastar health systems, Delray Beach, Florida, Functional Medicine, Doctor Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD, Harvard trained Surgeon

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD is a Harvard trained Orthopedic Surgeon and passionate holistic health advocate. Prior to becoming an Orthopedic Surgeon, he was a former All-Conference and Academic All-American linebacker at the University of Nebraska and drafted by the LA Rams before completing medical school and orthopedic surgery training at Harvard.
He is known as a compassionate physician and recognized for his surgical skill. In addition to his private medical practice, Dr. Tyrance serves as an advisor to a number of healthcare startups and evaluates patented technologies in medicine and healthcare for their commercialization potential.

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Treatment Steps

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Consultation

Step 1

You will have a consultation with our physician to discuss your injury, health goals, medical history, and expectations.

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Physical

Step 2

The provider will perform a relevant physical examination to help identify personalized therapy options.

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Diagnostic Imaging

Step 3

Diagnostic imaging will be performed to better understand your current state of health and diagnose the injury. This phase may also include lab work.

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