Summary Of Article
Clinical interventions in musculoskeletal and sports medicine aim to achieve predictable, rapid tissue repair through the deposition of new, well-organized extracellular matrix to facilitate and enhance wound healing that will restore the high mechanical performance and functional levels of non-injured tissue in the shortest period. In this respect, PRP technology may be a remarkable step forward. However, much remains to be learned about how variations in the number of platelets or leukocytes, volume of injection, or timing of treatment influence the clinical response. Researchers in this field should undertake appropriately powered level I studies with adequate and relevant outcome measures and clinically appropriate follow-up to assess the efficacy of various PRP treatment modalities.
With this PRP study you will learn more about:
- Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapies and Healing Mechanisms
- Preparation of PRP and Products
- Product Safety
- Therapeutic Application of PRP in Sports-Related Injuries
- Tendon Injuries
- Ligament Injuries
- Osteoarthritis and Cartilage
- Muscle Injuries
- Doping Concerns
Clinical study was featured on The Physician and Sports Medicine.