PRP treatment works best for chronic tendon and ligament problems, strains, sprains, mild tears, and arthritic conditions.
Below is an extensive list of conditions that PRP has been reported to show benefit. During your initial consultation, your physician will discuss whether your condition is appropriate for PRP treatment.
Neck & Spine
Arthritis (facet joint arthritis)
Sub-acute and chronic myofascial pain
Rotator cuff tendinosis/tears
Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow
Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries
Hip muscle strains
Iliotibial band tendinitis (ITB Syndrome)
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Knee sprains and instability
Partially torn or strained ligaments of the knee (LCL/MCL)
Hamstring and gastrocnemius tendon injuries
Ankle & Foot
Ankle sprains and instability
Other foot and ankle tendonosis
*Osteoarthritis related to “wear and tear” of the knee, hip and other joints.