Orthopedic Center

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For the fully treatment of bone and joint by specialist doctor and high technology of surgery room . In addition, we have a new treatment which does not require surgery called PRP (PLATELET RICH PLASMA).

 PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) for Orthopedic Department

  1. What Is Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP)?

Platelet-rich Plasma is Platelets are more concentrated platelets in the blood stream from the patient’s blood is passed through a spinning process to remove the serum. And then injected back into the injured and inflamed. When these blood into the body, it will stimulate the increasing production of new cells and can be transformed into a variety of tissue types, including stimulating the creation of fibroblast and connective tissue to replace tissue injury and inflammation in the area.

  1. Conditions could treated with PRP

PRP is procedure to treat for musculoskeletal injuries such as acute / chronic ligament tear or tendon sprains/strains with these symptoms   :

  • Shoulder pain
  • Elbow, wrist and arm pain
  • Back pain
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower leg and foot
  1. Contraindication for PRP

PRP injections are not recommended for the treatment of infections, cancer, pregnant or lactating women, problems with blood disorders such as hemolysis easily and coagulation disorders

  1. Potential Complications

As PRP is obtained from your own blood, the risk of reaction is low. As with any injection, there is a small risk of injury to any structures in the area as well as a very small risk of infection.

  1. The Benefits Of PRP

For many patients, platelet-rich plasma injections offer significant relief from pain and eliminate the need for surgery or long-term medications. This treatment also promotes the healing process and allows patients to return to their normal activities faster than with other nonsurgical treatments.

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  • The treatment of arthritis Bones and ligaments
  • Such as an injection into the knee.
  • The supporting cast like put
  • Joint replacement surgery
  • Surgical steel pins into the bones
  • spine surgery