Practising from our clinical rooms at Stella Maris (Seatoun, Wellington) and Good Street Medical, Canterbury, we welcome clients from New Zealand and overseas. Our clinical sites are close to both airports making national and international travel relatively simple.
Our commitment is to always treat our patients with dignity and respect and to help optimise outcome.
PRP treatment is minimally invasive and there is no significant down time.
We do ask patients to stop any anti-inflammatory medication at least 48 hours prior to the clinic visit . Anti-inflammatory drugs include voltaren (diclofenac), nurofen (ibuprofen) and naproxen (Synflex) to name but a few. The use of analgesics (pain killer) is fine including paracetamol, paracode and more potent agents (codeine tramadol etc).