PRP is a method where your blood (approx, 30ml) will be separated within 10 mins into a high concentration of thrombocytes. The PRP is an autologous concentration of human platelets of the fundamental protein growth factors on a small volume of plasma. The target of the thrombocytes and proteins is the support of the growth, wound, and self- healing process by hemostasis and clotting as well as cell adhesion molecules for osteoconduction and as a matrix for bone, connective tissue, and epithelial migration. 

Some evidence-based clinical studies attest to the effectiveness of the PRP for indications like arthrosis, Achilles tendon, epicondylitis, patella syndrome, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff repair, subacromial decompression, ACL repair, tendon inflammation, etc. 

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