PRP-Therapy: How Does Platelet Rich Plasma Help You To Overcome Pain!

If there’s one thing we know, it’s that athletic injuries are no joke. Whether it’s a nagging discomfort or debilitating pain, learn more about the latest treatment to overcome that pain and get back in the game with PRP.

You may be thinking ‘I’ve tried every treatment option and home remedy…’, but before you consider surgery, check out Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). This therapy has gained popularity among professional athletes and weekend warriors looking to get back to an active lifestyle.

The science behind it is simple — to utilize your own tissues to naturally stimulate healing. Dr. Feder and his team are experts when it comes to assessing whether you are a good candidate for PRP treatment. In addition, please see these other articles: PRP: A new way to heal sports injuries!!! and What You Need To Know About PRP Therapy


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) offers a long lasting solution for sports injuries by utilizing the body’s natural healing process. PRP is a hyper-concentration of platelets as well as healing/growth factors from your own blood that can be injected into damaged ligaments, tendons and joints to promote tissue repair and accelerate soft tissue healing.  Consequently, by utilizing platelets rich in growth and healing factors, you can get back to a pain-free life.

What Conditions are Treated with PRP? Is It Effective?

Chronic Tendon Injuries – According to research studies, PRP is most effective in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries, especially tennis elbow. This is a very common injury of the tendons on the outside of the elbow. The use of PRP for other chronic tendon injuries is promising. Therefore, PRP is a great treatment for Chronic Achilles tendonitis or inflammation of the patellar tendon at the knee (jumper’s knee).

Acute Ligament and Muscle Injuries – Much of the publicity PRP therapy has received has been about the treatment of acute sports injuries, such as ligament and muscle injuries. Furthermore, PRP is used to treat common sports injuries among professional athletes such as pulled hamstring muscles in the thigh and knee sprains.

Dr. Feder and his team will determine whether or not PRP is the best treatment option for you. So come on in to West Coast Center for Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. Or call 866-591-4844 to schedule an appointment. Don’t wait, call today!

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