Bellevue, WA  
January 30, 2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm PST
$ 799

The workshop will begin with a review of the basic science of healing and regeneration.  We will then cover the history of PRP and its current clinical applications.  Next, we will review the PRP literature and share highlights from key articles, including the efficacy of PRP treatments and the ideal PRP formulation.  The last didactic session will cover orthopedic applications and how different PRP formulations affect different treatment sites.  Workshop attendees will be taught which factors and cell ratios are crucial in selecting a PRP system to optimize clinical impact for patients.

A light lunch will be provided.   During this time, our experienced providers can share their clinical experience and answer questions about launching a PRP practice.

The afternoon section includes individualized, hands-on teaching during which each attendee will prepare a PRP solution and observe it being injected into a patient.  There will also be an opportunity for attendees to ask medical assistants and clinic managers about best practices.

The workshop concludes with a Q&A session on how to implement PRP into clinical practice.  Topics such as pricing, coding/billing, informed consent, and marketing approaches will be discussed.

Please note that discounted pricing is available for additional providers from the same clinic ($599), and for medical staff or office managers ($99).

Special Promotion: Up to 75% of workshop tuition may be applied as a credit toward  first purchase (this offer will be honored for 7 days after the workshop).

About Russ Riggs, M.D.:

Dr. Riggs has been using regenerative therapies in clinical practice for the past 6 years.  His clinic in Portland, Oregon was the first in the U.S. to use Tropocells PRP.

His practice averages over 50 PRP procedures a month.  He knows what it takes to launch a successful PRP practice and has outlined the steps required to get there.

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FDA cleared 510(k) Class II medical device: Tropocells PRP is intended for the safe and rapid preparation of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from a small sample of blood at the patient point of care. The PRP is mixed with autograft or allograft bone prior to application to a bony defect for improving handling characteristics. 510(k) number: BK110035

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