PRP for Treatment Orthopedics

  • Acute Tendon Injuries
  • Ligament & Muscle Injuries
  • Surgery
  • Knee Arthritis
  • Fractures

Non-Surgical Regenerative Therapy Using Autologous Blood

A Bioactive Cellular Treatment for Orthopedics with Platelet-derived Growth Factors.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Grafts With and Without PRP

ACL reconstruction with the use of PRPG achieves complete homogeneous grafts assessed by MRI, in 179

days compared with 369 days for ACL reconstruction without PRPG. This represents a time shortening of 48% with respect to ACL reconstruction without PRPG.

PRP Improves Chronic Tendinosis

PRP may improve tendon injuries as well as other chronic tendinosis. Specifically, it could be possible to treat an acute Achilles tendon tear non-operatively using a PRP injection.

Non-surgical, ultrasound guided injection of PRP into the Achilles tendon within one month of injury, significantly improved a 90% Achilles tendon rupture in 6 weeks, leaving only a small focal tear. At 24 weeks, the tear was completely resolved.