PRP ( Platelet-Rich Plasma ) TREATMENT
WHAT IS PRP?
PRP, which has become more and more popular recently, is the abbreviation of Platelet-Rich Plasma, which is defined as ğ Platelet enriched plasma Son. Platelets are seedless cells in the blood and they form a plug to stop bleeding if any of our vessels are injured. Although the basic role of platelets is related to clotting, it is found in various growth factors and preservatives.
IN WHICH DISEASES PRP TREATMENT CAN BE USE ?
- Calcification of knee and hip
- Muscle and Tendon Injuries
- Trigger point treatment
- Meniscus injuries
- Heel spur
- Tennis Player and Golfer Elbow
HOW DOES THE PRP EFFECT?
In the PRP method, after obtaining the blood of the person, various platelets are obtained. This obtained plasma is applied to the problematic region and thrombocytes are exposed to the healing factors they contain. The damage to the tendon stimulates the cells of structures such as cartilage and accelerates healing in that region. The effect achieved is not only the reduction of pain, but also the repair of the damaged area and the underlying problem.
HOW DOES THE PRP'S EFFICIENCY EXPECT?
PRP treatment does not affect itself suddenly, growth factors and repair process triggered by restorative factors in the patient, depending on the disease will start to change in different times.
WHAT IS THE PRP PRECISE?
The number and frequency of PRP treatments vary depending on the patient and the disease. However, there are different application regimes.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF PRP?
Since the patient's own blood is used in the treatment of PRP, it can be said that there is no side effect if it is prepared and done properly. Sometimes there is some pain in the applied area.