Sometimes injuries exceed the body’s natural ability to heal itself
sufficiently. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) offers a concentrated injection of growth factors (GF) to help injuries heal faster.


Designed by expert regenerative medicine veterinarians for use in the veterinary market.

  • Low risk: no expensive capital needed to start using,
  • Long shelf life of two years for each kit
  • Patented design focuses on sterility, ease of use, multi species usage, and validated science
  • Kits contain patent pending tubes that help ensure sterility and just-in-time activation, and will also fit in your  standard centrifuge
  • Our custom-designed, soft, durable case holds our centrifuge, two PRP kits, and customer literature—perfect for mobile veterinarians treating animals on site
  • Outstanding customer service led by our experts, who actually designed and use our products


  • Osteoarthritis and joint issues
  • Tendon, ligament, and muscle injuries
  • Wound repair, including burns, and slow-healing wounds
  • Theriogenology (endometritis)
  • And much more


  • Autologous (safe, and no risk of rejection)
  • Minimally invasive (blood draw and injection)
  • Disease-modifying treatment
  • Offers a new alternative to long-term drug use or surgery
  • Keeps valuable service in-house with newly added revenue



Long-term drug regimen 


Our Enso Discoveries team includes veterinary regenerative medicine professionals, bio-tech research experts, university professors, and practicing veterinarians who work with, use, and believe in regenerative medicine.

  • Validated at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • First PRP system in the world to be validated in five species, with exact spin times and speeds per species
  • Ability to adjust PRP based on indication (moderate platelets, low WBCs, high platelets, moderate WBCs)

PRP vs. Steroids

PRP White Paper

J Corey Orava, DVM


Selected References for PRP
PRP For Joints

Blanke et al.  Percutaneous injections of Platelet rich plasma for treatment of intrasubstance meniscal lesions.  Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal 2015;5 (3):162-166.

Carmona et al.  Autologous Platelet Concentrates as a Treatment of Horses with Osteoarthritis: A Preliminary Pilot Clinical Study.  J Eq Vet Sci 2007; 27(4)

Franklin & Cook.  Prospective trial of autologous conditioned plasma versus hyaluronan plus corticosteroid for elbow osteoarthritis in dogs.  Can Vet J 2013;54:881–884

Kazemi & Fakhrjou.  Leukocyte and Platelet Rich Plasma (L-PRP) Versus Leukocyte and Platelet Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) For Articular Cartilage Repair of the Knee: A Comparative Evaluation in an Animal Model.  Iran Red Crescent Med J. 2015 October; 17(10): e19594.

Shen et al.  The temporal effect of platelet-rich plasma on pain and physical function in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.  J Orthop Surg Res 2017, 12:16

PRP for Tendons/Ligaments

Geburek et al. Effect of intralesional platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment on clinical and ultrasonographic parameters in equine naturally occurring superficial digital flexor tendinopathies – a randomized prospective controlled clinical trial.  BMC Vet Res (2016) 12:191

Ho et al.  Single ultrasound-guided platelet-rich plasma injection for treatment of supraspinatus tendinopathy in dogs. Can Vet J, 2015 Aug;56(8):845-9.

Waselau et al.  Intralesional injection of platelet-rich plasma followed by controlled exercise for treatment of midbody suspensory ligament desmitis in Standardbred racehorses.  J Am Vet Med Assoc 2008;232:1515–1520

Xie et al.  Platelet-rich plasma enhances autograft revascularization and reinnervation in a dog model of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.  J Surg Res. 2013 Jul;183(1):214-22.

Zuffova et al.  Platelet rich plasma treatment of superficial digital flexor tendon lesions in racing Thoroughbreds.  Veterinarni Medicina, 58, 2013: (4): 230–239

PRP for Theriogenology

Marini et al. Effects of platelet-rich plasma in a model of bovine endometrial inflammation in vitro.  Reproduc Bio Endocrin (2016) 14:58

Oz et al. A randomized controlled experimental study of the efficacy of platelet-rich plasma and hyaluronic acid for the prevention of adhesion formation in a rat uterine horn model. Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2016 Mar 29.

Reghini et al.  Inflammatory response in chronic degenerative endometritis mares treated with platelet-rich plasma. Theriogenology. 2016 Feb 18.

Segabinazzi et al.  Uterine clinical findings, fertility rate, leucocyte migration, and COX-2 protein levels in the endometrial tissue of susceptible mares treated with platelet-rich plasma before and after AI.  Theriogenology. 2017 Aug 12;104:120-126.

PRP for Wound Healing

Carter et al.  Platelet-rich plasma gel promotes differentiation and regeneration during equine wound healing.  Exp Molec Path 74 (2003) 244–255

De Souza et al.  Immunohistochemical Expression of Collagens in the Skin of Horses Treated with Leukocyte-Poor Platelet-Rich Plasma. BioMed Res Int 2015, Article ID 893485

Jee et al.  Effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma application on cutaneous wound healing in dogs.  J Vet Sci 2016, 17(1), 79-87.

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