In addition to their important role in blood coagulation, platelets contain numerous growth factors that help repair tissue and tissue and promote new cell growth and wound healing.
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Therefore, prp is injected with concentrated growth factors to the site of injury, which can lead to the growth of new cells and tissue resorption.
It is currently used more frequently for chronic pain related to shoulder and knee ligaments, mild to moderate ankle arthritis, knee and hip joints, especially when not responding to conventional treatments or taking anti-inflammatory drugs. And there are no steroids used.
According to isi and review article, in 85 to 90 percent of cases, pain with this treatment should be reduced by at least 50 percent, and by activating growth factors, the rate of osteoarthritis progresses.
PRP appears to be one of the most effective non-surgical methods currently available for the treatment of osteoarthritis.