WHAT IS PRP?
PRP is applied by separating the platelet cells in the blood taken from the patient with a special system and injecting them into the problematic body part of the patient.
HOW IS PRP TREATMENT APPLIED?
In the PRP method, the blood taken from the patient is injected into the tissue with abrasion or any problem. The clot cells taken from the patient begin to repair the damaged tissue. The purpose of PRP treatment is to ensure that more clot cells than normal go to the damaged tissue.
PRP treatment is effective in cases such as calcification, meniscus and knee ligament damage. Again, if the joint fluid is decreased, there are also PRPs with added joint fluid.
WHO CAN PRP BE APPLIED TO?
Tennis and golfer’s elbow.
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries.
PRP is used alone or in combination with other methods.
WHO IS NOT APPLIED TO PRP?
For those with blood disease.
It is not applied to pregnant and lactating women.
To those on blood thinners.
For those who have infection and inflammation in the area to be made.
For those with a history of cancer.