PRP joint therapy

Life without limitations: innovative joint restoration with PRP therapy at ZDRAVO

Today, not only older people, but also young people are increasingly complaining of joint pain. According to the WHO, every third person in the world has diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Modern medicine offers new treatments that can effectively cope with musculoskeletal problems. One of them is PRP therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma) or plasma therapy. This is an innovative method of non-surgical treatment of various injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system with your own platelet-rich plasma. This technique is used by leading doctors around the world and is available at the ZDRAVO Family Medicine Clinic. 

In particular, PRP therapy is used in orthopedics and traumatology to restore the integrity of joints destroyed by disease or injury. It relieves pain and increases joint mobility. The person is able to live without restrictions. And most importantly, the use of PRP therapy gives a long-term result.

Plasma therapy has proven to be effective in healing injuries to muscles, ligaments, joints, tendons, and bones. After it, muscle spasms disappear, articular cartilage destruction stops, blood supply to tissues returns to normal, and the mobility of the leg or arm improves.

What happens after the injection

When plasma is injected into the joint, regeneration processes are triggered. The body begins to produce healthy cells, and the damaged tissues actively heal. Plasma has a healing effect 10 times higher than the patient's blood.

If the damage is minor, the patient's condition may improve after the first procedure. But to make the effect more pronounced and long-lasting, you need to undergo a course of plasma therapy consisting of 2-6 procedures. After it, you can already feel a significant improvement in the mobility of the affected joint: crunching, stiffness in movements, and a feeling that something is constantly pressing on the joint disappear. The pain syndrome gradually disappears completely. This returns a person to life without restrictions. After the procedure, the patient can sleep, walk, and feel healthy again.

Who is recommended for PRP therapy

- people with diseases of muscles, ligaments, and joints;

- patients with problematic fractures, cartilage damage in case of injuries

- in case of osteoarthritis;

- in case of joint arthritis;

- when the patient is undergoing a postoperative period after endoprosthetics.

Who should not undergo the procedure

- pregnant women

- patients with diabetes mellitus;

- in case of systemic and autoimmune disorders;

- in case of hepatitis C and B, AIDS;

- in case of malignant neoplasms;

- in case of serious mental disorders;

- in case of infectious diseases in the acute period.

The procedure of PRP therapy is as follows - blood is taken from a person's vein, then it is moved in a test tube to a centrifuge, where plasma is separated from the blood. After the platelet-enriched plasma is obtained, the patient is given an injection, injecting it directly into the damaged part of the joint. The procedure is completely safe, because contact with the external environment is excluded. Accuracy of plasma injection is ensured by the use of ultrasound. The procedure takes about half an hour. It is performed under local anesthesia.Recommended for pain in the joints, sickness of the joints and ligaments, patients with problematic fractures, treatment of osteoarthritis and arthritis of the joints.



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