Dr. Dustin Moffitt
PRECARE INSTRUCTIONS: TO PREPARE FOR THE BLOOD DRAW ASSOCIATED WITH PRP THERAPY
PRP Therapy is very safe because cells from the patient’s own blood are used, which means there are no preservatives and no chance of the body rejecting the cells.
The primary risks and discomforts are related to the blood draw where there is a slight pinch to insert the needle for collection and there is a potential for bruising at the site.
For optimal results and to decrease the chance of bruising at the draw site, please avoid all blood thinning medications and herbal supplements for 1 week prior to your appointment. Avoid taking Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDS) such as such as Ibuprofen, Motrin and Aleve. In addition, very high doses of some Vitamins and supplements can thin your blood and increase the chance of bruising. Please notify your provider if you are taking Coumadin, Plavix, or any other blood thinners for a medical condition.
During the course of your treatments, notify our staff of any changes to your medical history, health status, or personal activities that may be relevant to your treatment.
Pregnancy, cancer, and active skin infections are direct contraindications to these therapies.
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment time so that the numbing cream has time to set in before your appointment.
Please do not wear any make up or topical and have a clean face ready to receive your treatment.
Benefits of PRP: Reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improves scarring from acne, reduce rosacea, minimize large pores and improves skin texture.
*Please be advised that clients taking blood thinners must call Body + Soul before scheduling. Aspirin, Tylenol or Ibuprofen must not be taken 48 hrs. before procedure.
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Stretch Mark/Scar Therapy
PRP Hand Rejuvenation Therapy
PRP Hair Rejuvenation Therapy
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