All of these growth factors accelerate the recovery for patients suffering from a variety of injuries including frozen shoulder.
Frozen Shoulder Treatment
Limited shoulder motion suggests rotator cuff pathology or frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis). Plasma Therapy stimulates blood flow, restores protein found in soft tissue, strengthens cartilage, and promotes matrix formation. All of these growth factors accelerate the recovery for patients suffering from a variety of injuries including frozen shoulder.
1. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections administer concentrated platelets from the patient’s own blood into damaged cartilage and tendons to reduce pain and to aid in the healing process.
2. PRP rebuilds these tissues and can be used for common tendon injuries, such as tennis elbow, and to repair cartilage due to osteoarthritis or other damage.
3.PRP injections consist of extracting a blood sample, concentrating the platelets, and injecting them into injured areas of the body.
4. PRP injections are sometimes performed in a series, but many patients only require one injection to see results.