Patients can expect to see significant improvement in symptoms over the course of healing time. This procedure may eliminate the need for further invasive treatments, such as surgery or prolonged use of medications. While other treatments such as corticosteroid injections may provide temporary relief and stop inflammation, PRP injections stimulate healing of the injury over a shorter time period with fewer side effects. Patients usually report a gradual improvement in symptoms and return of function. Some patient require only one treatment while others may require two to three treatments to obtain optimal results. Many experience a dramatic return of function and relief within 2-3 months or sooner.
Articles in this section
- What if PRP treatment does not work for me and I want to get Stem Cell Therapy?
- What makes Sparrow PRP Therapy different?
- What is PRP? How does it work?
- What are the long-term outcomes of PRP?
- What is the cost of PRP?
- Does Sparrow use any umbilical, placenta, or Wharton’s jelly products in their PRP?
- What is the post-treatment care for PRP?
- What are the risks with PRP?
- How long is the recovery after PRP?
- What may be the long term outcome with PRP?