Use of Platelet-Rich Plasma is Expanding

Platelet Rich Plasma is no longer limited to treatment of injuries in high profile athletes. Orthopedic surgeons say they have witnessed rapid healing time with PRP when it is used to treat hamstring sprains, calf strains, oblique strains and tissues that “traditionally don’t do a good job of healing by themselves.”

A recent article appearing in the Wall Street Journal discusses the documented benefits (and possible limits) of platelet rich plasma, responding to research presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

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