PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)





prepared plasma injections


This is a process in which the patient's own blood is extracted and then centrifuged (process of spinning). This facilitates the blood being separated into its different components, which are the red cells, the white cells and the platelets and plasma. The Platelet-rich Plasma can then be injected in joints for management of arthritis, into the tendons for treatment of tendinosis, into the muscle for helping in the healing after muscle tears, and into the plantar fascia for plantar fasciopathy.

Our MSK imaging specialists can aid in assessing the condition of the joint in question, improve the accuracy for the injection site localisation, and assist in guiding the needle to the precise location where it will ensure the desired outcome.







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