PRP, otherwise known as Platelet Rich Plasma, is a relatively new technique used to help aid in the recovery of soft tissue injuries and arthritic conditions (tendons, ligaments and cartilage). These concentrated plates found in PR contain huge reservoirs of bioactive protein, including growth factors that are vital to initiate and accelerate tissue repair and regeneration.
Accelerated Recovery Performance (ARP) Therapy is a system of technology and protocols that uses a patented bio-electrical current simultaneously with active range-of-motion and other exercise techniques to speed up the body's natural recuperative ability.
The Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) is a system which measures both bone density and muscle/fat mass. it has many uses in identifying conditions and measuring recovery. I! is the most advanced and comprehensive method for measuring body composition, ie. body fat, lean tissue and bone mass density (BMD).
Whether you’re recovering from surgery, an injury, wanting to lose weight, or a young athlete trying to pack on lean muscle in the off-season, you have unique and specific nutritional needs, which can vary depending on your individual requirements.
I received the ARP wave post surgery therapy and it helped me with a faster recovery, less swelling, less pain, and better range of motion. I received excellent care and results from this treatment.
By all means consider Dr. Darr. I have had very positive results with two separate total knee replacement procedures. I have absolutely no pain while doing all activities of daily living now.
Richard W., April 20th, 2014
I received two of the PRP injections. First procedure the pain got progressively better as each of the seven weeks went by. The second procedure relieved top of the shoulder pain and back. Dr. Darr gave me quality care and expertise of my shoulder problem. He used his knowledge to determine where the injections needed to be done. I have already referred Dr. Darr to people and I will continue to refer patient to him.
Donald P., April 20th, 2014