Bioregenerative medicine

Bioregenerative medicine is based on the fact that the but contains regenerative factors that can initiate and support healing processes in chronic diseases, arthrosis or injuries. In orthopaedics, blood plasma therapy (PRP) is a very successful cell therapy, which can often be considered in the treatment of arthrosis, e.g. in knee joints, before surgery.
PRP plasma has shown in studies a high density of cytokines, which on the one hand reduce inflammatory reactions, scarring and infections, and on the other hand can support the healing of wounds, bone lesions or soft tissue injuries.
After processing, blood platelets are extracted from the blood, which can release various growth factors with regenerative capacity in the joint or soft tissue.
In osteoarthritis, this inhibits toxic inflammatory reactions to cartilage cells and increases the synthetic activity of the cartilage.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a biological product obtained from the patient's own blood, processed in a highly concentrated manner using a special process and injected back into the diseased or injured tissue as an injection solution in order to naturally support the body's own regeneration processes.

As a biological product it is very well tolerated, safe and without allergy risk.
The body's own blood platelets (thrombocytes) contained in the blood contain large amounts of growth factors which can activate or accelerate repair and regeneration processes in the tissue during painful inflammatory processes caused by arthrosis, sports or overload damage.
The injection of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into joints, ligaments, tendons or muscles is an effective alternative therapy method to inhibit inflammation, relieve pain and improve mobility.


Blood is taken from the arm vein.

The various blood components are separated from each other by subsequent, gentle centrifugation.

The platelet-rich plasma concentrate with the thrombocytes is now extracted with a special filter in the tube.
A completely closed and sterile system ensures safe and sterile processing.

The platelet-rich plasma is then injected with a syringe into the
affected body area (joints, tendons, ligaments or muscles).


  • arthrosis
  • tendon attachment problems (e.g. knee, hand, ankle joint)
  • tennis elbow
  • hamstring problems
  • meniscus disease
  • shoulder complaints
  • heel spur
  • Achilles tendon complaints and many more.