Innovations in PRP and Catching Us on TV

Volume 1-2014
 

Innovations in PRP and Catching Us on TV

Dear Mark,

I hope you’re feeling well and weathering this unusual Colorado winter.It’s long been my belief that every new year offers us the opportunity to pause and give thanks for what we have and look ahead to the next 12 months with a sense of hope and optimism (and maybe a few resolutions).January is also a time for setting new goals and recommitting to old ones. I would like to extend a hand to friends and patients and help you make good on your resolutions to live happier, healthier, more productive lives. Whether the goal is to lose weight, get in shape, heal a nagging condition or injury, rejuvenate your love life, create a younger look, or simply feel better — my staff and I would love to help you make your dreams come true.As you may have read in our last newsletter, we have recently added PRP therapy to both our Choices in Health and Great Alchemypractices. Like the arthroscope, the cardiac catheter, and the polio vaccine, PRP is a once-in-a-generation medical breakthrough. It affects health and vitality on so many levels: Eliminates stress incontinence in more than 90% of casesdiminishes wrinkles and facial linesregrows hairrekindles sexual arousal in women, reverses erectile dysfunction in men, and heals sports injuries(muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, discs, and scars).Click here or look below to read an article I’ve just written about the use of PRP therapy to reduce the appearance of cosmetic and aesthetic issues (wrinkles, fine lines, acne, pock marks, skin folds, crow’s feet, facial scars, and so on).

I also invite you to watch Colorado’s Best on Tuesday, Jan. 28 on Denver’s Chanel 2 from 9-10 a.m. I will be featured in one segment of this program, explaining how the InTone device can stop bladder leakage permanently. Incontrolmedical.com is so convinced of the InTone device’s effectiveness that they are offering a 100% money back guarantee.

As always, I wish you the very best of health,

Can PRP from your own blood rejuvenate your skin and eliminate wrinkles? 

If the title of this article sounds like the plot of an episode from the HBO series True Blood, I assure you it’s not.The title refers to a relatively new form of skin care called Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP.PRP is derived from your own blood and has been used successfully for over 30 years in countless procedures around the world — including dentistry, orthopedic surgery, and sports medicine.The list of professional athletes who have benefited from PRP treatments reads like a who’s who in pro sports: Rafael Nadal, Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Troy Polamalu, Andre Johnson, Nelson Cruz, Ray Lewis, Hines Ward, Fred Couples, Cliff Lee, Takashi Saito, Michael Young, Jonathan Bornstein, Tracy McGrady … the list goes on.In addition the “headline grabbing” world of professional sports, the benefits of PRP have also been applied successfully to anti-aging and skin-rejuvenation procedures. In this application, PRP injections cause the skin to produce more collagen and keratin and repair everything from acne to scars to wrinkles — even stretch marks.

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Watch Dr. Ripoll onColorado’s Best 

On Tuesday, January 28, Dr. Emilia Ripoll will be featured onColorado’s Best (Denver’s Channel 2, 9-10 a.m.). Dr. Ripoll will be discussing how the InTone electrical stimulation device permanently stops urinary leakage (stress incontinence). Please tune in and join her.Who: Dr. Emilia Ripoll
What: Guest appearance
When: Tuesday, Jan. 28,
9-10 a.m.
Where: Colorado’s Best
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