Improving your Peyronie’s disease with PRP
PRP, or platelet rich plasma is an established therapy used in a variety of medical specialties. These include dentistry, urology, orthopaedics and aesthetic medicine and surgery. It is an extremely useful in regenerating fibrotic and/or inflammatory tissues.
PRP can also be useful to help treat Peyronie’s disease and medical studies have shown it to be effective in the same mechanism.
Some patients prefer to try more conservative therapy before embarking on a surgical correction. The advantage of PRP perhaps over a surgical approach is that there is little or no downtime, certainly no time off work.
If you are considering a non-surgical approach, then arrange a consultation with one of our Urology specialists today for an assessment of your Peyronie’s disease. Not all cases of Peyronie’s disease are suitable for PRP therapy, and we are here to help guide you in terms of the treatment options.