PRP Treatment


PRP is a new and natural treatment that has been increasingly used in the treatment of various diseases, especially in the last 5 years. Although it was used mostly for cosmetic and anti-aging purposes in the beginning, it has recently started to be used especially in musculoskeletal system diseases. In this method, the drug is prepared from the patient's own blood.

How does PRP affect the body?

Platelet is basically the element that provides blood coagulation and it contains growth factor and some natural preservatives. Plasma fluid enriched with platelets acts like a natural medicine. It accelerates the healing of structures such as tendon cartilage, where there is injury and damage.

How is PRP applied?

Preparation and application before the application is done in the clinic and the preparation time takes less than 30 minutes. An average of 10-20 ml from our veins. The blood is taken. After centrifugation for about 10 minutes, the red blood cells, plasma and platelets are separated from each other. At the end of this process, the platelets in the plasma are separated from each other. At the end of this process, the platelet amount in the plasma increased 2 to 5 times more than the platelet amount in the blood. It is administered as an injection into the tissue.

How often is it applied?

It can make up to 3 injections, usually 3-4 weeks apart, to the area to be treated. PRP (PRP) is not just a pain reliever treatment, it is a curative method. The first signs of improvement can be seen within a few weeks and the improvement continues over time.

Are there any side effects of PRP application?

The PRP method has no side effects. It can only cause temporary pain and swelling in the area where it is made. This effect goes away on its own within 1-2 days and there is no harm.

In which diseases is PRP used?

• Shoulder joint (Rotator cuff) injuries
• Tennis elbow (external ligament strain)
• Golfer's elbow (internal ligament strain)
• Back of thigh muscle (Hamstring) injury
• Knee ligament strains
• Degenerative knee diseases
• Meniscus tears
• Degenerative disc herniation (lumbar hernia)
• Chronic Low Back Pain
• Treatment of orthopedic problems
• Heel Spur Treatment
• Tendon Injuries
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