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Services We Offer - PRP

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Arthritis

Platelet-rich plasma therapy, also known as PRP therapy or autologous conditioned plasma (ACP) therapy, harnesses the healing properties of the blood to repair damaged tissues such as cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and bone. An increasing number of individuals are opting for PRP injections to address various orthopedic conditions, including osteoarthritis. While it's predominantly used for knee osteoarthritis, it can also be applied to other joints. During the treatment, PRP is injected directly into the affected joint with the following objectives: Reduce pain, Improve joint function , Possibly slow, halt, or even repair damage to cartilage

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Mechanism and Composition

PRP contains a concentrated mixture of platelets, which serve as reservoirs for growth factors and proteins crucial for tissue regeneration and healing. When injected into the affected joint, PRP aims to alleviate pain, enhance joint function, and potentially facilitate the repair of damaged cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and muscles.

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Variations in PRP Injections

Despite its widespread use, PRP therapy exhibits variability in its application. Factors such as patient characteristics, blood processing techniques, and the addition of adjunctive substances can influence the composition and efficacy of PRP injections. Understanding these variations is essential for optimizing treatment outcomes.

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Need for Further Research

While PRP therapy shows considerable promise, further research is imperative to elucidate its mechanisms of action and refine its clinical application. Large-scale clinical studies are needed to establish standardized protocols, assess long-term effectiveness, and identify optimal patient selection criteria for achieving optimal outcomes in arthritis and other orthopedic conditions.

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Dedicated team

our Best Doctors

Dr. Krishna K. Keshri

Chief Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr. Krishna K. Keshri

Dr. Prabhat Ranjan

B.P.T , M.P.T (Ortho)
Dr. Prabhat Ranjan

Dr. Awdesh Gaur

B.P.T , M.P.T (Ortho)
Dr. Awdesh Gaur

Dr. Vijay Kumar

B.P.T , M.P.T (Ortho)
Dr. Vijay Kumar
FAQ
FAQ

Empowering Movement, Together We Heal!

You should consider seeing an Orthopaedic specialist if you experience persistent pain, swelling, stiffness, or loss of function in any part of your musculoskeletal system. Additionally, if you have sustained an injury or have a condition that affects your ability to perform daily activities, it may be beneficial to seek evaluation and treatment from an Orthopaedic surgeon.

Orthopaedic surgeons treat a wide range of conditions, including fractures, arthritis, sports injuries, back and neck pain, tendon and ligament injuries, joint disorders (such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis), congenital disorders, and musculoskeletal trauma.

Yes, many Orthopaedic conditions can be effectively managed with non-surgical treatments, including physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, corticosteroid injections, bracing or splinting, regenerative medicine techniques (such as platelet-rich plasma or stem cell therapy), and lifestyle modifications (such as weight loss and activity modification).