In this video consultant upper limb surgeon Ali Noorani explains how PRP works. The video lasts for 2 minutes and 48 seconds and by watching it you will quickly be able to assess if PRP is something you would like to talk with us about.
This simple outpatient treatment may help you recover from a painful sports Injury or chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and tendinitis.
Overuse injuries and injuries of tendons:
PRP is an effective and well researched treatment. If you are currently in rehabilitation, experiencing chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and tendinitis, or being treated for a sports injury PRP may be extremely effective as it supports your body’s self-healing processes by using your own cells. The treatment reduces pain and can help you get back to normal activity levels quickly.
We offer a convenient one-stop clinic and competitive fixed price diagnostics package to identify the issue and recommend prompt PRP treatment – all under the guidance of a top London specialist. In addition to our PRP fixed price packages you may be recommended pain relieving injections, shockwave therapy or Lipogems.
The treatment is generally administered at three weekly intervals with PRP injection to knee. Since the treatment is prepared from the patient’s own blood, the treatment carries a low risk.
Watch the video below to hear our Consultant Surgeon, Mr Ali Noorani explain more about PRP therapy.
The healing of injured or inflamed tissue involves a complex and precisely regulated series of natural processes within the body. Thrombocytes (platelets) play an important role in this process. At the site of injury they release growth factors that initiate the restoration of injured tissue and inhibit painful inflammatory processes. PRP therapy is based on our understanding of these complex processes. With its high concentration of growth factors PRP injections support the body’s self-healing processes.
The animation takes the viewer on a journey through what it is like having sore joints from osteoarthritis or muscle pain. We follow two patients from the onset of pain to the relief.
In this animation the pathology of Osteoarthritis and PRP’s mode of action on a molecular level are outlined in a simple way.