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Platelet Rich Plasma

What is PRP Therapy? Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a non-surgical and minimally invasive procedure that utilizes a concentrated form of the patient's blood platelets to enhance the healing process in injured joints.

Platelets contain growth factors and other bioactive proteins that stimulate tissue repair and regeneration, making PRP an ideal treatment for musculoskeletal conditions.

PRP Therapy can be used for pain or degenerative Musculoskeletal conditions

  1. Spine: PRP therapy can be used to treat chronic spinal pain resulting from degenerative disc disease, facet joint arthropathy, and other spinal conditions. By injecting PRP directly into the affected area, it promotes tissue repair, reduces inflammation, and helps improve mobility.

  2. Knee: For knee injuries such as ligament sprains, meniscal tears, and osteoarthritis, PRP therapy can be an effective alternative to surgery. It can accelerate the healing process, reduce pain, and potentially delay or prevent the need for more invasive procedures.

  3. Hip: PRP therapy is a promising option for managing hip joint pain caused by conditions like hip osteoarthritis or tendinopathy. By promoting the regeneration of damaged tissues, PRP can help alleviate discomfort and improve hip function.

  4. Shoulder: PRP therapy can be beneficial for patients with rotator cuff tears, shoulder impingement, and other shoulder injuries. Injecting PRP into the affected area can accelerate tissue healing and enhance the rehabilitation process.

  5. Elbow: Common elbow injuries like lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) and medial epicondylitis (golfer's elbow) can be effectively treated with PRP therapy. The growth factors in PRP help repair damaged tendons and reduce pain.

  6. Achilles Tendon: PRP therapy has shown promising results in treating Achilles tendonitis and partial tears. By stimulating tissue repair, PRP can aid in reducing pain and restoring function to the affected tendon.


Benefits of PRP Therapy:

  1. Non-Surgical: PRP therapy is a non-surgical treatment option, reducing the risks and downtime associated with surgery.

  2. Natural Healing: Utilizing the patient's blood, PRP therapy encourages natural healing and tissue regeneration.

  3. Minimally Invasive: The procedure involves a simple blood draw and injection, making it minimally invasive and generally well-tolerated.

  4. Reduced Recovery Time: Patients can typically resume normal activities sooner after PRP therapy compared to surgical procedures.


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy offers an innovative approach to promoting healing and relieving pain in various musculoskeletal joints. As a musculoskeletal physician, I am dedicated to providing personalized care and exploring advanced treatment options to help my patients achieve optimal outcomes. If you are experiencing joint pain or injuries, don't hesitate to reach out to our clinic to discuss how PRP therapy can benefit you. Let us assist you in your journey toward natural healing and improved joint function!

If Dr Davis has recommended this treatment for you then more information can be found here

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