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The Expected Time of Efficacy of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy after Application

With the progress of society, more and more people pay attention to exercise. Unscientific exercise makes our tendons, joints and ligaments unbearable. The result may be stress injury, such as tendonitis and osteoarthritis. So far, many people have heard of PRP or platelet-rich plasma. Although PRP is not a magic treatment, it does seem to be effective in reducing pain in many cases. Like other treatments, many people want to know the recovery time range after PRP injection.

PRP injection is used to try to treat many different orthopedic injuries and degenerative diseases, such as osteoarthritis and arthritis. Many people believe that PRP can cure their osteoarthritis. There are many other misunderstandings about what PRP is and what it can do. Once you choose PRP injection, there will be many questions about the recovery rate of PRP or platelet-rich plasma after injection.

PRP injection (platelet-rich plasma) is an increasingly common treatment option, providing treatment options for many patients with orthopedic injuries and diseases. PRP is not a magic treatment, but it does have the effect of reducing pain, reducing inflammation and improving function. We will discuss potential uses below.

The whole PRP program takes about 15-30 minutes from the beginning to the end. During PRP injection, blood will be collected from your arm. Put the blood into a unique centrifuge tube, and then put it into a centrifuge. Centrifuges separate blood into various components.

The risk of PRP injection is very low because you are receiving your own blood. We usually do not add any drugs to the PRP injection, so you will only inject part of the blood. Most people will feel sore after surgery. Some people will describe it as pain. The pain after PRP injection will vary greatly.

PRP injection into the knee, shoulder or elbow usually causes slight swelling and discomfort. Injecting PRP into muscles or tendons usually causes more pain than joint injection. This discomfort or pain lasts for 2-3 days or more.

 

How to prepare for PRP injection?

During PRP injection, your platelets will be collected and injected into the damaged or injured area. Some drugs can affect platelet function. If you take aspirin for heart health, you may need to consult your cardiologist or primary care physician.

Aspirin, Merrill Lynch, Advil, Alleve, Naproxen, Naproxen, Celebrex, Mobik and Diclofenac all interfere with platelet function, although it will reduce the reaction to PRP injection, it is recommended to stop taking aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs one week before and two weeks after injection. Tylenol will not affect platelet function and can be taken during treatment.