Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics

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zetka

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Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics

from zetka on 05/13/2022 05:32 PM

Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics
Blood plasma therapy (PRP) for arthrosis:
Osteoarthritis restricts physical activity and makes even young people sedentary. Typical complaints with incipient arthrosis are: an unpleasant pulling sensation and morning stiffness in the joint. Typical are the so-called pains at the beginning of movement, which soon pass as a result of walking. The reason for this is the wear of articular cartilage. Intra-articular blood plasma therapy (ASR) is recommended for painful arthrosis of mild and moderate severity (I-III degree). Movement is the best medicine!
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3-4 injections are prescribed for the course of treatment, with an interval of 1-2 weeks. A decrease in pain syndrome is usually observed after the first injection.
PRP therapy of the knee joint.
Treatment of knee arthrosis with platelet-rich plasma has become the No. 1 method in the civilized world. The course of therapy usually consists of 3 intra-articular injections, which are carried out with an interval of 7 days. After the first injection, there may be some subjective deterioration in the form of tension in the knee joint over the next 2-3 days. This indicates the beginning of regenerative processes in the articular cartilage. After a short time, significant relief comes, and after three injections, pain in the joint goes away for a long time. PRP therapy procedures for gonarthrosis are recommended to be repeated 2 times a year. This will allow you to move comfortably and avoid joint replacement surgery.
PRP therapy of the hip joint.
Coxarthrosis is an important cause of disability in old age. The number of hip replacement surgeries is increasing from year to year. The most common cause of surgical interventions is the destruction of articular cartilage and the development of severe pain syndrome. The use of intra-articular treatment with platelet-enriched plasma promotes the restoration of cartilage tissue and the removal of painful manifestations of deforming arthrosis. Usually a combination of PRP therapy and SVF procedures is used to achieve a lasting result. The course of treatment should preferably be carried out twice a year and then you may not need surgery for arthrosis.

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