• Adam Whatley

Treatment of hyaluronic acid and platelet‑rich plasma PRP for the treatment of knee osteo-arthritis

Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine in Birmingham we can constantly looking at ways on how best to treat our patients, and one thing we have particularly found interest in is knee arthritis treatment.

We are knee members of the Biological Knee Society and the International Society of Cartilage Repair, looking at ways and methods of how best to preserve our joints. It was found in a recent 2018 study that platelet rich plasma PRP and Hyaluronic Acid treatment combined significantly improved joint pain, reduced humoral and cellular immune responses and promoted repair, which improved the patients' symptoms compared with PRP or HA treatment alone. These results suggested that lPRP and HA combination treatment is a potential treatment option for patients with knee osteoarthritis in the future. See full link below:

Clinical therapy of hyaluronic acid combined with platelet‑rich plasma for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis


This Treatment is being performed for Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine Solihull and Birmingham


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