Treatment of PRP for knee pain cureFebruary 3, 2020
Researchers have been considering the option of Platelet Rich Plasma also known as PRP for curing the knee pain which is often caused due to arthritis. Anti inflammatory, physical therapy and surgery used to be the only options before that but as we see a huge success in PRP therapy for vaginal rejuvenation surgery we have started dwelling on it for the cure of knee pain through PRP injection knee.
The basic idea behind using PRP for the cure is that when PRP is injected in the affected area, new growth tissues are formed which will reduce inflammation. This happens because our bodies are continuously forming new cells and in order to promote them or speed up the process, PRP is a great help.
Thorough research has been carried out on PRP for knee pain which had a number of patients which were treated and the results were evident. Even though most of them proved significant positive change in their pain and activities as well yet still the adverse events has not shown much change in them. It is a thought that maybe most of the results were biased or a psychological effect in many but it still isn’t confirmed. Maybe the results vary from person to person.
If you are someone who has gone through almost every possible solution yet the symptoms don’t seem to be manageable in such situation you must go ahead and consider the option of PRP treatment. But before you make any decision, always consult your doctor first and see what they think about your condition and if you are a good candidate or not. It also highly depends on the professional or the clinic which you choose for the treatment because their experience will tell you what and how the treatment should be carried out.
There are a few before the treatment precautions which you may be asked to go through so make sure that you are well aware of them beforehand. You are most likely to stop taking your anti inflammatory medications a few days prior to your treatment. In order to understand your situation correctly the doctor may need an MRI scan of your knee as well. So make sure you are well equipped and fully understand the situation before going into something like PRP treatment.