Does PRP work for Joint Pain?

A question we get frequently is Does PRP work for joint pain? The short answer is yes. In certain cases, PRP doesn’t have stem cells. It’s just growth factors. So it works well for very mild cases of arthritis. 

In Stage 1 Cases of arthritis, where there’s very minimal damage visible on an x-ray, Platelet Rich Plasma is very effective and good at reducing pain. But if you have moderate to severe arthritis with more serious changes that we can see on an x-ray or an ultrasound, PRP is just not strong enough.

There are a lot of stem cell clinics around that use PRP for everything. In mild cases, it’s fine and effective. But for more moderate to severe cases of arthritis, PRP is just not effective therapy. And in those cases, we recommend stem cell therapy. 

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