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Do you suffer from discogenic or multifaceted low back pain or tendinopathy that is resistant to standard treatment (physiotherapy, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, local cortisone injections)? Are you considering alternative treatment to surgery? an option for you.

 

For whom is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) suitable?

- People suffering from a sports injury or any other type

Are you suffering from a tendon, ligament or muscle injury that does not respond to conventional treatments? For tendinopathies or other injuries that are resistant to conventional conservative treatment (anti-inflammatories, physiotherapy, cortisone injections, etc.), treatment with PRP at the pain site can aid healing and shorten recovery time. This treatment is also recommended faster and faster after an injury, especially for athletes or people who want effective treatment without cortisone.

- For people with osteoarthritis or chronic pain

Do you suffer from osteoarthritis, joint pain and want to avoid chronicity? To speed up the healing process and stimulate the healing of joints particularly affected by osteoarthritis, PRP is the treatment of choice for you.

- People diagnosed with discogenic low back pain or facet lower back pain.

Have you been diagnosed with lower back disc or facet pain? May Benefit From Thromboembolic Plasma Infiltration PRP is used as a treatment to regenerate and repair affected discs or facets before surgery or other treatment is considered.

What is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment?

PRP treatment is a procedure in which a patient is injected with some of their own blood plasma into affected and painful joints, tendons, or intervertebral discs. PRP is obtained after a blood test on the patient. It is then placed in a jig to separate the various elements. The layer is removed from the trich plate and this layer is used for injection. The treatment promotes the healing of the affected tissue.

PRP treatment is a procedure in which the patient is injected with a portion of their own blood plasma into affected and painful joints, tendons or discs. The PRP is extracted from the patient's blood using special PRP tubes. It is then placed in a device to separate the different components. The layer is removed from the trich plate, and this layer is used for the injection. The treatment promotes healing of the affected tissue.

 

 PRP Tubes

What are the steps for processing platelet-rich plasma (PRP)?

1. blood sample

Platelets are found in the blood of every person, platelets, the main function of which is blood clotting, contain growth factors that effectively accelerate the healing process and stimulate the healing of various injured connective tissues to reach platelets.

2. PRP extraction

During blood collection, blood is placed in a centrifuge to separate platelets from other blood components; In this way, only plasma is retained, which contains large numbers of platelets and growth factors that are effective in stimulating the healing of various injured connective tissues.

3. PRP infiltration

The patient's platinum-rich plasma is infiltrated with state-of-the-art equipment, which enables the treatment area to be well visualized and the needle to be positioned extremely precisely during treatment. These infiltrations are carried out by a specialist.

 



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