WHAT IS PRP?
PRP, which has becomemoreandmore popular recently, is theabbreviation of Platelet-RichPlasma, which is defined as ğ Plateletenrichedplasma Son. Plateletsareseedlesscells in thebloodandthey form a plugto stop bleedingifany of ourvesselsareinjured. Althoughthebasic role of platelets is relatedtoclotting, it is found in variousgrowthfactorsandpreservatives.
IN WHICH DISEASES PRP TREATMENT CAN BE USE ?
- Calcification of kneeandhip
- Tennis Player andGolferElbow
HOW DOES THE PRP EFFECT?
Inthe PRP method, afterobtainingtheblood of theperson, variousplateletsareobtained. Thisobtainedplasma is appliedtotheproblematicregionandthrombocytesareexposedtothehealingfactorstheycontain. Thedamagetothetendonstimulatesthecells of structuressuch as cartilageandaccelerateshealing in thatregion. Theeffectachieved is not onlythereduction of pain, but alsotherepair of thedamagedareaandtheunderlying problem.
HOW DOES THE PRP'S EFFICIENCY EXPECT?
PRP treatmentdoes not affectitselfsuddenly, growthfactorsandrepairprocesstriggeredbyrestorativefactors in thepatient, depending on thediseasewillstarttochange in differenttimes.
WHAT IS THE PRP PRECISE?
Thenumberandfrequency of PRP treatmentsvarydepending on thepatientandthedisease. However, therearedifferentapplicationregimes.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF PRP?
Since thepatient'sownblood is used in thetreatment of PRP, it can be saidthatthere is nosideeffectif it is preparedanddoneproperly. Sometimesthere is somepain in theappliedarea.