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Yes, PRP treatment is generally considered safe as it uses the patient’s own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or infections from donor biological materials.
A typical PRP treatment session takes about 60-90 minutes, including preparation, treatment, and recovery time.
The number of PRP treatments needed varies depending on the severity of the injury and the individual’s response to treatment. On average, 3-6 treatments are recommended.
PRP treatment is generally well-tolerated. However, as with any injection procedure, there is a small risk of infection, nerve damage, or increased pain.
Yes, PRP treatment can be used in conjunction with other treatments such as physical therapy, medication, and other non-surgical treatments.
Coverage for PRP treatment varies by insurance provider. It’s best to check with your insurance company to understand your coverage.
Most patients can return to work and normal activities immediately after PRP treatment. However, it’s recommended to avoid strenuous activities for a few days following the procedure.
If you’re suffering from a chronic injury or condition that hasn’t responded well to other treatments, PRP treatment may be a good option. However, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if PRP treatment is right for you.