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Tennis Players with Chronic Pain

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Published on Sep 2, 2014

A large randomized clinical study looking at the affects of using Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) in tennis elbow found that PRP was more effective than dry needling of this chronic elbow problem. The results were recently revealed and supports the long supported view in users of Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) as an effective treatment modality for this type of elbow pain. Chronic tendon problems often fail to respond quickly to conservative measures and regenerative medicine procedures such as PRP have increasingly been utilized as initially alliterative treatment measures, and now more frequently as first line treatment strategies. Growth factors released from the PRP are felt to provide the therapeutic benefit after administration of the PRP.

Various musculoskeletal problems have benefited from PRP. Intrarticular symptoms arising from cartilage, meniscal or bursitis afflicting the joint have responded to Platelet -Rich-Plasma. Hip, shoulder, wrist, ankle and spine disorders all have been treated with PRP. The media attention received from high profile athletes treated with PRP have propelled it’s use to greater recognition. As more published reports establish PRP’s effectiveness it’s use in medical applications for musculoskeletal treatment will continue to rise.

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