PRP injections Into the upper limb (shoulder elbow wrist) and lower limb( hip, knee, ankle,heel). Platelets, which are cells present in the bloodstream and aid in healing, are activated and concentrated to create a “healing cascade” of proteins and cells when injected into the joint. This enhances the body’s natural healing process.

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PRP therapy involves injecting a concentrated mixture of platelets and growth factors into symptomatic joints. This process harnesses the body’s natural healing abilities by using a patient’s own blood to stimulate the repair of damaged tissue. It has been shown to be effective in treating early-stage arthritis and can help delay the need for joint replacement surgery. The procedure is done by taking a sample of the patient’s blood, processing it to increase the concentration of platelets, and then injecting it into the affected joint. This concentrated mixture of platelets and growth factors promotes healing and reduces pain and inflammation.

The needle used is typically no larger than the one used in a blood test, so most people do not experience significant discomfort. To ensure the treatment is as effective as possible.


If you have chronic musculoskeletal pain or a joint injury, a sports medicine doctor may have recommended platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) therapy for you. Professional athletes were among the very first patients who received PRP therapy for their sports injuries, and some have credited this therapy for their speedy healing process and early return to their sport.

Musculoskeletal injuries that have been reported to respond well to PRP therapy include:

  • Tendon tears
  • Muscle injuries
  • Ligament injuries
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Jumper’s knee
  • Muscle strains
  • Bursitis


Before undergoing PRP treatment, we will schedule an appointment with you. No special preparation is required, but it is important to wear comfortable clothing that allows us easy access to the affected area. If necessary, we can provide robes for you to wear during the procedure.

Upon your arrival, we will ensure your comfort and then proceed to take a small sample of your blood, typically from your arm. Using a centrifuge, we will separate the platelets from the red and white blood cells in the sample.

Once we have separated the platelets from the rest of the blood, we mix them with a small amount of plasma in a clean environment and put the mixture into a syringe. This process of preparing your PRP serum typically takes around 10-15 minutes.


Upon completion of creating your PRP serum, you are able to leave. It is possible to experience some discomfort or tenderness at the injection site, it is recommended to take it easy and apply ice to the area to reduce any soreness or bruising. As PRP treatment utilizes a substance derived from your own body, it is considered to be a safe procedure with minimal risk of side effects.

After your PRP treatment, you can expect to see gradual improvements as your body’s healing process is activated. On average, patients see positive results within 6-12 weeks. To achieve optimal results.Similar procedure might be repeated if necessary . To minimize any soreness or bruising, it is recommended to apply ice to the injection site and take it easy for the first few days after the procedure. As PRP is an autologous substance, meaning it comes from your own body, it is considered safe with minimal risk of side effects.


After the procedure, you will be able to go home and rest for 48 hours. You may experience an increase in pain in the area temporarily as the healing process begins. You will be able to return to normal activities within a few days, but you may need to avoid high-demand activities for a longer period. It’s important to discuss this with me before the procedure. Typically, symptoms will continue to improve for up to 2 months following the procedure.