CONDITIONS TREATED BY PRP
PRP is a next-generation rejuvenation procedure used to treat pain using the body's own self-healing powers. Does chronic pain continue hurting your body for weeks, months or years? Your pain may have been a result from an injury, a health issue, or for some, no actual reason at all. Many professional athletes have undergone PRP therapy to avoid surgery, but you don't have to be a pro tennis player or golfer to experience the healing benefits of PRP.
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How does PRP treat osteoarthritis? It can:
- Inhibit inflammation and slow down the progress of osteoarthritis
- Stimulate the formation of new cartilage
- Increase the production of natural lubricating fluid in the joint, thus easing painful joint friction
What tendon injuries can be treated with PRP?
PRP can be injected into: Tennis elbow (common extensor tendinosis), Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), Jumper’s knee (patellar tendinosis), Achilles tendinosis, Plantar fasciitis, Hamstring tendons, Adductor tendons, abductor tendinosis, quadricep tendonitis.
LIGAMENT & MUSCLE INJURIES
What muscle injuries can be treated with PRP?
PRP can be injected into: Hamstring, Calf, Quadriceps.
THE PRP PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED IN THE OFFICE WITH LOCAL ANESTHESIA AND DOES NOT REQUIRE GENERAL ANESTHESIA OR HOSPITALIZATION.