Where is Prp therapy used?

PRP (platelet rich plasma) is 2-3 cc of white blood obtained by centrifugation from 15 cc of blood taken into a special tube. It has found wide application in medicine.

in Orthopedics and Traumatology

1- Intra-knee pathologies: in the treatment of cartilage damage, chondromalastic patella, meniscus tear, ligament injuries around the knee and chronic tendon injuries

2- Shoulder: impingement syndrome and non-surgical types of rotator cuff tears

3- ankle: in ligament injuries and cartilage damage that do not respond to painkillers and conservative treatments

4- elbow: treatment of tennis and golfer’s elbow

5- spine: back and neck pain that does not require surgery and does not respond to painkillers.

6- in soft tissue lesions of the hip joint. For the effectiveness of this treatment, it is necessary to be in contact with the physician. Which pathologies can be best treated should be decided by the physician.

The most important feature of this treatment is that it has no side effects.

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