Does PRP work for Arthritis?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is increasingly being applied to treat arthritis in patients. With the surge in younger people developing arthritis from sports-related injuries, there comes a gap between physical therapy and invasive surgery.

Patients are drawn to a minimally invasive procedure such as PRP because of its natural properties and known effectiveness in professional athletes. However, it’s important to note that there is a wide variety of various PRP preparations across the globe lacking a standardized approach. Also, some clinics that do not focus on PRP but offer it as a small aspect of their practice, may not have the necessary training and protocols.

Given these variabilities with a lack of standardization, results can vary. It’s important to see experienced providers that have published research or dedication of a significant aspect of their practice to providing PRP and other cell therapies with patient outcomes data collection.

At the Orthohealing Center, we are a data-driven practice providing our patients with the most comprehensive and advanced PRP therapy Los Angeles has to offer for tendon injuries and joint pain. Get in touch with us to request your appointment today.

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