PRP Injections for Tendonitis Injuries
How doctors treat tendonitis with PRP Injections. Blood is drawn from the patient and then spun in a centrifuge, delivering a concentrated injection of plasma cells to heal and improve tissue health.
PRP injections can reduce pain, improve joint function, and repair damage to tendon tissue by stimulating healing and the production of collagen in tendon and ligament tissue.
Therapeutic platelet-rich plasma injections are derived from the patients blood sample and processed using specialized equipment to deliver a higher concentration of platelets than is found in normal blood.
The growth factors from the plasma go to work healing damaged tissues and regenerating cells in the damaged tendon.
HGH Injections Therapy and Stem Cell Injections are also used to speed up the healing process and help better regenerate new healthy cells.
Injured Athletes Can Benefit from PRP Injections
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PRP Injections used for sport's medicine to treat sport-related injuries use injections and micro-needling techniques to heal ligaments, tendons, joints and muscles. Acute Ligament, tendon and muscle injuries may require advanced surgery using PRP injection methods.
PRP therapy has received much support from physicians who treat athletes for acute sports injuries, such as ligament, tendom and muscle injuries. PRP has been used successfully to treat professional athletes with many common sports injuries like pulled hamstring muscles, tennis elbow, shoulder and rotator cuff injuries, ankle, thigh and knee tears, and muscle sprains.