Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy in Manchester

Our platelet rich plasma therapy conducted in Manchester is designed to thicken hair through stimulating hair growth in the client. PRP therapy is a new and revolutionary method which our qualified and highly trained practitioners implement in our Manchester clinic through injecting your own plasma into the scalp.

Due to the nature of the platelet rich plasma therapy, the method guarantees the correct plasma for the correct host. Also, our Manchester PRP therapy solutions help to not only strengthen your existing hair follicles but also serve to boost any inactive follicles. As such, the method has the potential for stimulating the growth of new hairs from sources which may otherwise lay dormant.

Manchester’s Premium PRP Therapists

The platelet rich plasma therapy method incorporated by our DHI hair specialists in our Manchester clinic is particularly useful for those individuals who are not yet suitable for our DHI Transplantation solutions. We understand that when it comes to hair loss, not only can it be a sensitive subject, but there is also a sense of urgency to implementing a solution to prevent any further hair loss.

The way our PRP therapy in Manchester serves to safely proliferate and promote growth makes this the ideal therapy solution for many individuals that find themselves suffering from hair loss. Equally, when used in conjunction with other procedures, such as hair transplantation, it encourages natural healing in the individual, meaning you can be confident that the hair growth process will be quite literally as quick and painless as is physically possible.

How Our PRP Therapy Works

  1. A small amount of blood (less than 50 ml) is obtained from the patient
  2. Platelet-Rich Plasma is isolated following the centrifugation of blood
  3. PRP is activated with DNA activators (thrombin) and enriched with calcium ions (e.g. calcium chloride)
  4. Activated PRP is injected into the area which is suffering from hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth