According to Pain Australia, 1 in 5 Australians suffers from chronic pain which affects their daily lives. With the advanced technology, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy has the potential to elevate pain with a positive impact on health and life. PRP therapies rose to popularity as an alternative to orthopedic surgery and have positive results seen in athletes. The procedure in PRP Treatment is by drawing out the patient’s blood then separating rich platelet plasma via a centrifuge. These platelets aim to rebuild tissue, strengthening ligaments, tendons, and new cartilage. It stimulates growth factors important for the healing process. In Australia & the U.S.clinics are now offering PRP therapy since approved by the FDA. While it is not covered by insurance, it is cheaper and may require only a few sessions. Many people are willing to pay for a considerable amount to avoid going under the knife. This minimally invasive procedure could be the future of effectively treating chronic joint pain and osteoarthritis. Hopefully, it may become a part of mainstream medicine.