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Learn how PRP in many cases can be an excellent alternative to steroids or shoulder surgery and address the root cause of shoulder pain quickly and naturally.

As one of the largest, most complex joints in our body, the shoulder is essential for a number of daily routines. Whether you’re lifting, reaching, or carrying even the simplest item, the joint does its part to make sure that those seemingly effortless movements are as smooth and painless as possible. It’s for this reason that the health and vitality of the joint are so crucial.


The shoulder is made up of several components, including bone, cartilage, tendon, and muscle. The joint can be thought of like a ball and socket—the upper arm bone called the humerus fits into the scapula, also known as the shoulder blade. With this type of joint comes lots of rotation and movement in several directions, making stabilization abundantly important. That’s where the rotator cuff comes in. As a collection of muscles and tendons, the rotator cuff supports the shoulder and allows full range of motion. Other elements that work alongside the rotator cuff are the bursa, a small fluid-filled cushion that protects the tendons, and the labrum, a piece of cartilage that protects the humerus bone. The smooth functioning of our shoulder joints requires the strength and well-being of each of these moving parts.


Having said that, the vital role that the shoulder plays in various movements, repetitive actions, and intensive routines makes the joint susceptible to injury and wear and tear. It’s no secret that shoulder pain can negatively impact our quality of life. The road to regaining lost strength and function starts with taking care of the damage at the root, providing your body with what it needs to repair and rebuild. Here at New You Stem Cell Center in Richmond, Texas, we commit ourselves to guiding our patients along on the journey to healing through regenerative treatment.



With the multiple components that make up the shoulder joint, various injuries and conditions can lead to wear and tear or injury. While tears in the rotator cuff, pain caused by osteoarthritis, or work and sport related injuries are common pain-causing conditions, there are several others that can lead to damage to the joint. Below is a list of shoulder-related conditions that can cause damage to tissue surrounding the shoulder:

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With many joint-related injuries and conditions, slow healing is common because of the low amounts of blood supply that are received in those areas. PRP is a treatment that speeds up the body’s own healing capacity by providing the extra resources that are lacking and therefore needed in damaged areas. After a blood sample is taken from the patient undergoing treatment, platelet-rich plasma is separated from the other components of the blood, leaving us with a substance rich in growth-inducing proteins that play a huge role in healing damaged tissue. This rich substance acts as a stem cell magnet, signaling new, healthy cells to travel to and help regenerate tissue in the damaged area.


While surgery, cortisone injections, and medications are more traditional methods that have been turned to in the past, the long recovery times and harmful effects that these options may cause in the long run is a huge contrast compared to PRP. The stem cell activation treatment continues to gain recognition and make progress in the field for its ability to heal and rebuild what’s been damaged. What’s more, PRP comes with few risks because of the fact that the injected platelet-rich plasma is taken from the patient’s own blood.


Taking advantage of PRP therapy for shoulder pain addresses pain at the root, providing the body with resources to quicken the pace and increase our body’s own natural ability to repair itself.



Symptoms can vary depending on the patient, injury, or condition involved. For many, however, injury to the shoulder or conditions affecting the shoulder may appear as any of the following:

If you have been diagnosed with a joint-related condition or have experienced a shoulder injury, our expert team at New You Stem Cell Center is ready to guide you on your path to healing and pain-free movement.


Our expert staff has the skills and experience that can help you tackle the pain at the source, promoting natural healing through a minimal risk, minimally invasive procedure. Time and time again, we are impressed with the results we see through stem cell therapy and stem cell activation procedures. It’s for this reason that we strive to bring awareness to the benefits of the treatment, making it an accessible option for our patients and community. If you think you’re a good candidate for platelet-rich plasma therapy or have more questions regarding the procedure and how it can benefit you, contact our clinic today for a free consultation.



I’ve visited this wellness clinic for several things but my favorite has been the PRP therapy for my knee. PRP is a great alternative for surgery for ligament and tendon issues. I highly recommend this wellness clinic. They have a lot to offer with a friendly environment.

–Courtni B., Patient from Richmond, TX

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Individuals suffering from chronic joint pain who haven’t found relief through conventional methods are all great candidates for this procedure. PRP treatments are also a great option for those individuals wanting to avoid invasive treatment and long recovery times that are associated with surgery.

Most PRP patients see considerable improvement within 5 to 10 days of the first treatment, but for long-lasting, optimal results, we recommend having three PRP sessions. Multiple sessions should be scheduled 5 to 6 weeks apart for optimal results. (Written by Leo, Please check for proper grammar, syntax, etc)

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Because each patient is injected with their own platelets, any adverse reactions are unlikely. Having said that, as with any other minimally-invasive procedure, a very small risk of infection does exist. At New You, we are equipped with the experience and expertise that help keep those risks to a minimum.

Most patients usually begin noticing changes and decreased pain in the troubled area in as little as 5 to 10 days. However, this ultimately depends on the patient and the condition being treated.

Because the PRP treatment is a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure, patients can expect to return to work and daily routines immediately after, as long as their condition permits.

Individuals suffering from chronic joint pain who haven’t found relief through conventional methods are all great candidates for this procedure. PRP treatments are also a great option for those individuals wanting to avoid invasive treatment and long recovery times that are associated with surgery.