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PRP Therapy

Patelet-rich plasma therapy is a cutting-edge medical treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal issues. It involves using a concentrated amount of platelets from your blood, which release growth factors and proteins to stimulate healing in tissues with limited blood flow, such as tendons and cartilage.

Overview of PRP

How PRP Works?

PRP injections aim to foster healing where it hasn’t occurred, or to expedite healing in acute injuries. Platelets release proteins and growth factors to enhance tissue regeneration, activate healing cells, and stimulate new tissue growth.

Candidate for PRP Therapy

Ideal candidates for PRP therapy include those with osteoarthritis, tendonitis, acute and chronic muscle injuries, and various joint conditions. It’s an option for patients who have not responded to conventional treatments.

PRP Treatment Process

The PRP treatment involves drawing blood, separating platelets via centrifugation, and injecting them into the affected area. The procedure is typically under an hour and may require ultrasound imaging for precision. Some conditions may require multiple PRP injections for optimal results.

Conditions Treated with PRP

  • Elbow Pain: Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, UCL strain.
  • Shoulder Pain: Osteoarthritis, Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, Bursitis, Partial Tears, Torn Labrum, Biceps Tendonitis.


1. How long does it take to see results from PRP therapy?

Most patients start seeing some improvement in about one month, with full benefits typically evident in 10-12 weeks. The healing process varies per individual and the specific condition being treated.

2.What is the recovery process like after a PRP injection?

After a PRP injection, there is usually minimal pain, especially in joints. On tendon injections, moderate pain may occur, and immobilization may be necessary for a few days.

3. Are there any side effects or risks associated with PRP therapy?

PRP therapy is extremely safe with minimal risk for adverse reactions, as it uses the patient’s own platelets. There’s a small chance of infection, like with any injection, but overall, PRP doesn’t carry the risks associated with steroid injections or NSAIDs.

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