PRP treatment to the hip involves taking a sample of the patient’s own blood and separating its properties by blood spinning or centrifugation. The yellow liquid component, or the plasma, contains platelets that secrete growth factors and other anti-inflammatory proteins. Using image guidance, typically ultrasound these cells are injected into painful joints and soft tissues.
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