A venous disease contributes in the highest percentage (80%) to the development of leg ulcer, followed by a 15% represented by an arterial disease, and 5% caused by diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Leg ulcer is a breakage in the skin of the leg, caused by certain injuries, through which air and bacteria can make their way under the subcutaneous tissue. An improper functioning of arteries and veins will interfere with the natural blood flow, blocking tissue supply and causing desintegration. This way unaesthetic wounds that cause pressure while standing up appear on the inside of the leg and, if not treated in time, can lead to even more complicated problems. Brown spots, swelling on the leg and around the wound, bruising, foul odor, infection, more prominent pain and rarely hemorrhage are among the symptoms affiliated with leg ulcer or leg ulcerations. PRP ulcerated tissue regeneration is probably the best method to treat such trauma lesions.
Acute and chronic are the two types of leg ulcer that 1 in 50 people over the age of 80 can suffer from. However there is a substantial difference between the two, acute leg ulcer being known as a mild form, so to say, implying a healing process that can last up to 4 or 6 weeks that includes wound cleaning and dressing and also using compression in order to restore the proper blood flow in the leg. Chronic leg ulcer is a more serious phase, lasting longer and being slightly more difficult to treat, even after a few well-known treatments. Chronic leg ulcer is more common in 1% of elderly and middle-aged part of the population.
The autologous leg ulcer Platelet Rich Plasma treatment in Cheltenham and Stratford Upon Avon is a revolutionary procedure performed in order to efficiently release you of all the unbearable symptoms induced by this condition. You can benefit from the private treatment by simply contacting our Head Office at Renew Skin & Health Clinic in Leamington Spa and book an appointment. This way clinic lead Dr Jha or any other experienced doctor will examine you and run some tests during a specialized consultation that is required prior to the treatment. It is important for you to know that our blood contains white blood cells in a percentage of 1%, as well as 93% red blood cells and 6% platelets, which after a centrifugation process change to 5% red blood cells and 94% platelets, the latter being cells rich in essential growth factors that ease tissue regeneration. Collagen production and formation of new capillaries that improve the blood supply to the tissues.
During the leg ulcer Platelet Rich Plasma treatment in Stratford Upon Avon and Cheltenham, a small quantity of blood is extracted, then centrifuged at high speed so that the platelets, the cells containing a large amount of essential growth factors (GF) are separated from the rest of the blood compounds. The Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is then injected in the ulcer-affected areas of the leg. The main objective of the highly efficient leg ulcer Platelet Rich Plasma treatment in Cheltenham and Stratford Upon Avon performed at Renew Skin & Health Clinic is to properly eliminate the wound through tissue regeneration, new collagen production and allows you to return to your activities the same day, being an outpatient procedure.
Leg ulcer Platelet Rich Plasma treatment in Stratford Upon Avon and Cheltenham guarantees impressive results thanks to the concentrated platelets that trigger collagen production, enhance stem cell proliferation, stimulates the cell metabolism, and accelerates the tissue-healing process. It is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure that has largely replaced other methods and after which you will continue to observe improvement. For more information contact us at Renew Skin & Health Clinic and undergo the private treatment for PRP ulcerated tissue regeneration.