PRP Therapy for Chronic Knee Pain

Overview
If you have pain in your knee, platelet rich plasma
therapy may help. It uses parts of your own blood to
help your body heal itself. PRP can help your knee
feel better and work better.


Creating the Mix
The process begins with a sample of your blood. It
is spun around in a centrifuge. This separates it into
platelets, plasma, and red and white blood cells.
The platelets are then concentrated and mixed with
some of the plasma. This mixture is called "platelet
rich plasma."


Injection
The doctor injects this into your damaged tissues.
Your immune system (the system that keeps your
body healthy) reacts quickly. Special white blood
cells called "macrophages" rush in. They take away
damaged cells. They help prep the site for healing.
Then, stem cells and other cells begin to multiply.
Over time, they repair and rebuild damaged tissues.


Conclusion
After the injection, you can go home. You may need
to come back for more injections as you heal.

Watch the video description below

Dr. Ghalambor presenting an overview of PRP for Knee pain

Dr. Ghalambor performing a PRP injection for Knee pain!

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