After you’re seated comfortably in the procedure room, the provider takes a small amount of blood from your arm. Next, the provider places it in a centrifuge machine. Then, after about 10 minutes the healing components of the blood separate and are ready for injection. Finally, the provider places the material into a sterile syringe and injects it into the treatment area
The process usually doesn’t take long, but that can vary based on what treatment you’re having done and the size of your treatment area.