PRP for Hair Regeneration

PRP for Hair Regeneration

San Francisco Natural Medicine is one of the few clinics in the Bay Area offering PRP, and more specifically offering PRP for the use of enhanced hair growth and regeneration. Men and women throughout the globe are using PRP/Prolo and other regenerative injections for natural cosmetic enhancement as alternatives to surgeries and other invasive procedures.

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Microneedling: the Essence of Natural Skin Rejuvenation Using Platelet Rich Plasma

Microneedling: the Essence of Natural Skin Rejuvenation Using Platelet Rich Plasma

Microneedling is also known as Collagen Induction Therapy. It is the process of creating microscopic tears in your epidermis (top layer of skin that everyone sees). These “micro” abrasions allow for the skin surface to be sloughed off so that brand new skin layers can begin forming. Microneedling is a very simple, safe, effective, and minimally invasive therapeutic technique.


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Yes! We Now Have PRP—Platelet Rich Plasma Injection Therapy

Yes! We Now Have PRP—Platelet Rich Plasma Injection Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma, also known as “PRP,” is a volume of fractionated plasma taken from your own blood. We draw a few tubes of blood, spin it with a centrifuge, and separate the portion which contains concentrated platelets. These are then injected into your diseased joints to promote tissue repair and accelerated healing.

Dr. Jillian Shannon is SFNM's newest doctor. She has a general naturopathic practice and specializes in regenerative medicine including BHRT, joint injections and IV therapies. She has been working closely with other practitioners specializing in functional endocrinology and anti-aging medicine with the use of stem cells, ozone, and PRP. She is available full time at SFNM and is accepting new patients.

The regenerative capacity of the human body is astounding! Before you give up on your joints and settle for chronic joint pain, why not use your own body’s healing properties and give platelet rich plasma a try? It’s minimally invasive and may result in lasting results with just 3 treatments.

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