Absolutely! PRP is natural and comes from your own blood, allowing growth factors to rejuvenate and restore tissue and blood vessels. There is no chance of foreign body reaction, and therefore there is no real risk of side effects or complications. Since the start of its use, there has never been a documented complication of this procedure in any medical literature.
However, before receiving treatment, you should have had a normal urological exam within the last year.
This procedure can only be performed by highly experienced injectors who have successfully completed the training and certification process of The P-Shot ® Procedure by creator, Dr. Charles Runels and are listed as a trusted provider on the official P-Shot website (www.priapusshot.com).
Dr. Arcila Moon is also fellowship trained in interventional pain management and has performed thousands of injections in regards to pain management with over 8 years of experience in this field. She is highly experienced in injection techniques allowing for minimal discomfort and maximum results.
Dr. Arcila Moon was specifically trained by the inventor of The Priapus-Shot ®, Dr. Charles Runels and is a certified and listed as an official provider of The Priapus-Shot ® . She also is certified and trained in performing other Vampire PRP treatments like The O-Shot ®, The Vampire Facial ®, The Vampire Facelift ® and The Vampire Breast Lift ®, Scar treatments and Vampire Hair Regrowth® .
Dr. Arcila Moon only uses FDA-approved equipment to obtain your PRP allowing for the highest quality and concentration of platelets and successful results.
Contact Dr. Arcila Moon directly to see if this life changing treatment is for you or to schedule your consultation and treatment session at (904) 580-6777.
If you have the following, you should not get the Priapus Shot®:
- Low hemoglobin
- Low platelets
- Smokers (results may not be as successful)
- Active infection
- Active cancer
Also this procedure is cautioned in patients with medical diagnosis such as platelet dysfunction syndromes, thrombocytopenia, hypofibrinogenaemia, hemodynamic instability, sepsis, acute and chronic infections, chronic liver disease, anti-coagulation therapy, chronic skin diseases or cancer, and metabolic and systemic disorders.
You should further not have a PRP injection if you have used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) in the 7-10 days leading up to your appointment. Examples include ibuprofen (Advil), diclofenac (Voltaren), meloxicam (Mobic), etc. If you are considering having this injection, please switch to another painkiller such as paracetamol or acetaminophen. Dr. Moon can suggest other options when you give her a call.