George Spagakos MD MSc
George Spagakos MD MSC
Specialist in Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine
George Spagakos - MD MSc
George Spagakos MD MSC
Specialist in Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine

PRP Therapy in Athens Greece

Super Concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma – Advanced PRP

PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. It’s so-named because the resulting mixture contains a highly concentrated volume of plasma called platelets.

Platelets, which are best known for their role in the clotting process, contain special proteins called growth factors that help tissues heal by stimulating your body’s own natural healing processes. PRP therapy directly places growth factors in the right place in highly concentrated amounts.

Advanced PRP Treatment in Greece

Dr. Spagakos is a distinguished figure in the field of regenerative medicine in Greece, particularly renowned for his pioneering work in Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments, primarily applied to orthopedic pathology.

With a dedicated commitment to advancing his protocols, he has meticulously refined his PRP therapy since 2007, consistently delivering highly positive results for the majority of his patients.

PRP Treatments in Athens Greece

PRP, or Platelet-Rich Plasma, stands as an invaluable biologic tool in regenerative medicine. Not only is it a safe and straightforward treatment, but it’s also readily available at the point of care.

What sets Dr. Spagakos’s practice apart is the utilization of five distinct types of PRP, carefully chosen based on the specific pathology involved.

In particular, his use of “Advanced PRP” significantly deviates from standard PRP procedures widely used by many practitioners. This innovative approach ensures the highest concentration of platelets, far surpassing traditional PRP techniques.

Moreover, it diverges from automated machines used in regenerative clinics in the USA, rendering it exceptionally clean and more effective.

The Key Differentiators:

  • Advanced PRP: Dr. Spagakos’s clinic utilizes Advanced PRP, setting it apart from conventional methods and ensuring optimal platelet concentration.
  • Personalized Protocols: Dr. Spagakos’s extensive experience dating back to 2007 has enabled the creation of personalized treatment protocols, resulting in tailored therapies for each patient.
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities: Treatments take place in a specially designed, cutting-edge space.
  • Precision-Guided Injections: Dr. Spagakos employs modern U/S guidance and specialized needles to work with unparalleled precision.

In Greece, where cost-effective medical solutions are highly valued, Dr. Spagakos’s Advanced PRP treatments not only offer superior platelet concentration but also the potential for direct and long-term results. Patients no longer need to suffer from prolonged issues and injuries when such innovative and effective treatments are readily available.

If you have any inquiries regarding our Advanced PRP treatments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are here to provide you with comprehensive information and assist you on your path to improved health and vitality.

Unlocking Your Body’s Healing Potential with PRP

The PRP infusion procedure commences with a simple blood draw from a readily accessible vein. This drawn blood then undergoes a meticulous process employing a specially designed PRP centrifuge, which effectively segregates and concentrates the essential platelets contained within human blood. Alongside platelets, blood also contains white cells, serum, and electrolytes, making this procedure an innovative approach to harnessing the body’s inherent healing capabilities.

The resulting highly concentrated platelets are subsequently skillfully injected into the injured area, initiating an accelerated healing process. While some patients may experience mild discomfort or minor disruptions at the treatment site, primarily due to the body’s natural response, these temporary symptoms gradually diminish over the course of a few weeks, leading to complete and comprehensive recovery.

PRP infusion is a versatile and effective approach that is well-suited for various medical conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Sports Injuries: PRP serves as an invaluable tool in the realm of sports injuries, expediting recovery and restoring peak performance.

  • Arthritis: PRP therapy has shown promise in alleviating pain and enhancing joint function in patients with arthritis.

  • Bone Degeneration and Fracture Repair: PRP aids in bone health, contributing to the healing of fractures and addressing abrasions.

  • Muscle, Tendon, and Ligament Issues: Degeneration or injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments can benefit significantly from PRP treatments.

  • Spinal Health: PRP is increasingly applied to address degeneration in the spine, potentially offering relief and improved functionality.

PRP therapy, with its broad spectrum of applications, stands as a dynamic and transformative approach to medical care, offering patients an avenue to unlock their body’s innate healing potential and pursue a healthier, pain-free future.