Regenerative gynecology

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Regenerative gynecology

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What will you learn?

The use of PRP injections in aesthetic and regenerative gynecology is growing as new and validated protocols emerge with the accumulation of knowledge in the field of Regenerative medicine. PRP use in sexual dysfunction is considered to be a revolutionary new nonsurgical outpatient treatment that helps improve both urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction through using a woman’s own growth factors. PRP immediately activates tissue regeneration, and the enhancement in sexual response is dramatic. Aesthetic practitioners have used PRP for the regeneration of vaginal mucosa, muscles, and skin. PRP is an innovative therapeutic modality, as it is affordable, simple, easily performed, and effective. It is also a noninvasive modality with promising results and no side effects. The risks of PRP therapy as infection, bleeding, and nerve damage, appear to be minimal. Still validated studies needs to be conducted. Clinical practice is driving forward the implementation of this new technique.

What will you learn?

The use of PRP injections in aesthetic and regenerative gynecology is growing as new and validated protocols emerge with the accumulation of knowledge in the field of Regenerative medicine. PRP use in sexual dysfunction is considered to be a revolutionary new nonsurgical outpatient treatment that helps improve both urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction through using a woman’s own growth factors. PRP immediately activates tissue regeneration, and the enhancement in sexual response is dramatic. Aesthetic practitioners have used PRP for the regeneration of vaginal mucosa, muscles, and skin. PRP is an innovative therapeutic modality, as it is affordable, simple, easily performed, and effective. It is also a noninvasive modality with promising results and no side effects. The risks of PRP therapy as infection, bleeding, and nerve damage, appear to be minimal. Still validated studies needs to be conducted. Clinical practice is driving forward the implementation of this new technique.

Preliminary Agenda

Michalis Chrysostomou

Current PRP Applications in Aesthetic Gynaecology

Carolyn De Lucia, MD

PRP in gynecology Where we started, Where we are, and Still keeping it Simple. Review of PRP uses in GYN, Advances discussed but explaining why keeping it simple has benefit in regard to genitalia and allowing easier cost effect ways for patients to benefit from regenerative procedures. Explore the hopes for the future in making these therapies more accessible.

Professor Aleksandar Ljubić, MD PhD

Internal autologous rejuvenation - State of the art.

Rashad Haddad

The relationship between Regenerative Gynecology and sexuality.

Dr. Zuramis Estrada Blanco

PRP and Stem Cells in Pudendal Atrapment Syndrom: my personal experiences.

Carolyn De Lucia, MD

The Vampire Procedures, Why they have endured the test of time.

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