Get More Information About PRP Therapy

PRP therapy or platelet-rich plasma therapy is a treatment for regenerative drugs that can potentially treat many injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. The biggest advantage of PRP therapy is that it is a very low-risk procedure because the platelets used to come from the patient’s own blood.

PRP therapy is performed as an outpatient procedure. The patient’s blood (about 30-60 ml) was extracted and centrifuged. ┬áIf you want to get more information about PRP therapy then you can browse

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After centrifugation, various components of blood separate into several layers – red blood cells at the bottom, white blood cells in the middle layer and platelets and growth factors in the third layer or PRP.

Platelets and growth factors in PRP attract body stem cells to the site of injury or damage to stimulate growth and repair of damaged tissue.

Conditions treated:

Tendonitis: PRP therapy has proven successful in treating tendonitis, for example –

-Siku golfers

-Elbow tennis

-Rotator cuff muscles and tendon injuries

-Achilles tendinitis

-Knee runner

Ligament injuries: Because ligaments have a poor blood supply, they don’t heal easily. PRP injections into damaged ligaments, such as collateral ligaments in the knee, allow them to regenerate.

Degenerative disorders: Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition in which the joint cartilage runs out and causes pain, swelling, discomfort, and gradual restriction of movement. PRP therapy has proven effective in cases of osteoarthritis of the knee, hip, ankle, shoulder and elbow.