Sports medicine

The Plasmolifting™ method is used successfully in sports medicine as a method of rehabilitation for a variety of professional traumas (contusions, sprains, fractures, etc.) or operations. Autologous plasma produces after centrifugation stops inflammation, reduces the pain and helps the regeneration of bones, cartilage and muscle tissue. This procedure is extremely effective, used alone or in combination with other classical methods of treatment. The combination of Plasmolifting™ and other medical procedures (such as physical therapy, reflexology, medical gymnastics or massage) produces a faster healing period after traumas and accelerated postoperative recovery.

Injection areas and operating mode

In sports medicine, the Plasmolifting™ method involves injecting platelet-rich plasma locally. It acts only in tissues that require regeneration, has no systemic action on the body, and accelerates recovery from various traumas, more or less severe, reducing the recovery period and stimulating cell regeneration processes.

Indications in sports medicine:

  • contusions, dislocations, sprains
  • tendon pathology
  • muscle tissue damage
  • ligament breakage
  • fractures


The advantages of the Plasmolifting™ method in sports medicine:

  • it is a safe method that does not cause allergies, rejections and side effects
  • the procedure is not traumatic and it does not require a recovery period
  • it can be combined with classic treatment methods


Used in sports medicine, PlasmoliftingTM helps:

  • speed up recovery time after traumas with a varying degree of severity
  • reduce the clinical symptoms of trauma (pain, edema, redness, reduced mobility)
  • reduce the recovery period
  • enhance cell regeneration processes
  • stimulating the formation of fibroblasts, osteoblasts, chondrocytes
  • stimulate of collagenogenesis, osteogenesis and angiogenesis
  • improve blood circulation and metabolism


We recommend combining PlasmoliftingTM with the following procedures:

  • physical therapy
  • ozone therapy
  • electrical myostimulation
  • reflexology
  • medical gymnastics
  • therapeutic massage