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Orthobiologics & PRP Treatment in Orlando, FL


When your body is injured, it naturally begins the work of healing itself, deploying proteins called “growth factors” that stimulate the growth of new, healthy cells and tissues to replace those that have been damaged. Orthobiologics is an exciting new field of orthopedic medicine that seeks to harness these natural healing abilities to accelerate the recovery of damaged tissue and cartilage following serious orthopedic injuries without surgery, allowing patients to restore their bodies with less pain, downtime, and cost.

Dr Vonda Wright, MD, MS, FAOA is a double-board certified orthopedic sports medicine doctor who is experienced in utilizing orthobiologic treatment techniques, including orthobiologic injections. Dr. Wright takes a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal wellness that harnesses innovative regenerative techniques, and she is passionate about staying on the forefront of biotech to help her patients achieve the best outcomes possible.

If you’re ready to receive state-of-the-art care from one of the top orthopedic specialists in the nation, it’s time to schedule a visit with Dr. Wright. Click below and use our online scheduling tool to request your first appointment today.

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Orlando’s Top Orthopedic Surgeon Specializing in Orthobiologics

PRP Injections for Non-Surgical Healing

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a leading-edge, all-natural treatment that harnesses the power of your body's healing potential. Research-validated PRP is one of the most effective pieces of technology available in sports medicine, allowing patients to recover quickly without the need for anesthesia or unnecessary medications.

Dr. Wright frequently uses it for treating chronic pain in the tendons that can occur as the result of conditions such as:

  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Tennis elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Calcified joints
  • Jumper’s knee
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • And more.

Dr. Wright can perform PRP injections right in her office. Here's how it works:

  • First, we extract a small amount of your blood.
  • Next, we isolate and concentrate the platelet component, which is rich in growth factors and other helpful molecules.
  • Finally, we inject this concentrated solution into the injured area.

By harnessing the power of your body's own platelets, PRP therapy stimulates tissue healing and regeneration. It's a safe and effective way to jumpstart your recovery and get back to doing what you love.orthobiologic-1.jpeg

Frequently Asked Questions

What is PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), an orthobiologic treatment, is the concentrated product of an individual’s own platelets, which come from the plasma portion of whole blood. Platelets are well-known for their role in helping blood clot, but it’s important to note that they are also rich in growth factors and other enzymes, which are involved in the healing process. When injected into an injured tendon, PRP seems to work by providing the tendon with growth factors, which stimulate healing.

Dr. Wright is experienced in providing:

  • PRP for meniscus tears
  • PRP for arthritis
  • PRP for knee pain
  • And many other orthopedic applications of PRP therapy.

If you’re interested in learning more about PRP, don’t hesitate to give our office a call and speak with Dr. Wright about your options.

What is adipose matrix therapy?

Exciting progress has been made in the field of orthopedics, thanks to breakthroughs in regenerative medicine. A particularly promising therapy is the use of adipose matrix, which harnesses the unique properties of fat tissue to aid in healing and recovery for orthopedic patients.

Adipose matrix, also called stromal vascular fraction (SVF), is a valuable source of regenerative cells found within fat tissue. This tissue is easily accessible through minimally invasive procedures like liposuction. Once obtained, the adipose tissue is carefully processed to isolate SVF, which contains various cell types including adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs), endothelial cells, and immune cells.

By utilizing the power of these regenerative cells, adipose matrix therapy aims to promote tissue repair, decrease inflammation, and improve overall healing in orthopedic patients. This innovative approach holds great promise for enhancing treatment outcomes and improving the lives of individuals seeking orthopedic care.

Is PRP therapy near me painful?

While there may be some mild discomfort at the beginning of the PRP procedure, local anesthetics will be utilized to ensure that it is not painful.

How can I get started with the best orthopedic specialist near me?

When you’re ready to find relief and return to peak performance in whatever you do, Dr. Vonda Wright is ready to help you meet your goals. Use our online tool to schedule your first appointment with Dr. Wright, or contact her Orlando office at (407) 965-4114.