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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Joint Injections: Preclinical and Clinical Evidence 2023.

Updated: Feb 27

PRP joint injection treatment Birmingham

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP Treatment) for Intra-articular Injections. An Evaluation of Preclinical and Clinical Evidence 2023.

The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is constantly being supported more and more very by encouraging data from many clinical studies, both in terms of safety and efficacy. This had led to the wide use of PRP injection treatment for a wide variety of things in the clinical practice, with very promising results especially as a minimally invasive treatment for cartilage damage and degeneration, and soft tissue injury and pain.

It is still very important that the best protocol is used to create the best PRP formula. The overall available clinical studies support the safety and benefits of PRP, with functional improvement and pain relief for up to 12 months and beyond. Obviously, like any condition, the earlier trees treated the better the outcomes are. PRP treatment not only works to reduce inflammation and restore function, but further stimulates regenerative capacity of tissue. This makes it highly favourable in terms of chronic injury and pain.

Study can be found here


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