What are Bio Facials? Harnessing the healing powers of the body, Bio Facials use the advancements of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy and apply this technology to the face, eliminating unattractive signs of aging such as wrinkles, loose skin, tired looking eyes, and even acne scarring.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
Taylor Swift’s new album marks a drastic change from her previous albums and has already been making waves with her new single “Shake it Off”. As a physician, I am forced to look at the changes too but in medicine, and one huge change that is happening is in the treatment of hair loss.
Plastics surgery is becoming more and more out of date. Who wants to go in for surgery that is invasive, painful, and can have risky complications when there are other safe and viable options. One such is option is the Bio Facial.
Non surgical Hair Restoration with Platelet Rich Plasma for both men and women is an exceptional way to stimulate long-lasting hair growth. PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma, is an organic substance derived out of the patient’s own blood. It is the same platelet’s that heal your cuts but this time, it is healing hair follicles so they can grow hair.
The New York Yankee pitcher Masahiro Tanaka will be out for at least six weeks with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) in his pitching elbow but will avoid season ending surgery. How? Athletes, particularly baseball players with elbow injuries, are more and more seeing the benefits of Regenerative Medicine to heal injury quickly and prevent surgery. These are the types of treatments we offer at Cross Bay PMR.
After a long grueling winter followed a rainy spring, finally summer is just around the corner. With great weather it’s about time for everyone to enjoy some outdoor activities, mostly to get us in shape for beach season. One of my favorite activities, both indoor and outdoor, is definitely basketball especially with the playoffs going on! Unfortunately, our Brooklyn Nets aren’t doing so hot and the fact that Deron Williams has spent this postseason wheeling around on his gimpy ankles has not been helping us in the playoffs against the Miami Heat either.
It has been an insane season so far for football fans, especially if you saw the AFC championship game. The Seahawks and 49ers were battling it out for a chance to play in the Superbowl against the Broncos. However, when it comes down to big time games there is a high risk for injuries as well, just ask NaVaorro Bowman the 49ers linebacker.
Nerves are the cordlike bundles of fibers made up of neurons through which sensory stimuli and motor impulses pass between the brain or other parts of the central nervous system and the eyes, glands, muscles, and other parts of the body. Nerves form a network of pathways for conducting information throughout the body.
Hamstring injuries seem to be a plague for NFL wide receivers this season, especially for the Cowboy’s wide receiver Miles Austin. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin didn’t practice on Wednesday according to a report by ESPN's Todd Archer, due to a hamstring injury he has been battling this season.
It’s finally happening football season is here! But, don’t’ get too excited because it has been filled with a multitude of injuries to many players in both the NCAA and NFL. One injury that stands out is Malcolm Mitchell’s knee Injury. The Georgia wide receiver suffered from a season-ending ACL Tear in his touchdown celebration.
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