Using PRP Injections to Treat Cubital Tunnel Syndrome We’ve all been there. Somehow, and often out of nowhere, you hit your elbow in just the right spot to cause severe pain to shoot up and down your arm. This pain occurs whether you barely hit your elbow or when you really smack it against something…. Read more »
Posts Tagged: PRP
In the past, chronic tendon injuries, sprained knees and elbow pain was treated with rest, medications, ice, physical therapy and sometimes surgery. Now some physicians like Louisville orthopedic and sports medicine doctor Stacie Grossfeld MD are using a revolutionary and regenerative medicine called Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP. PRP injections are used to effectively treat injuries in… Read more »
(PRLEAP.COM) LOUISVILLE, KY- (October 26, 2016) – Louisville sports medicine physician Dr. Stacie Grossfeld is offering Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections at her office in Louisville, Kentucky, in order to introduce patients to a new and innovative form of pain relief. Over the past several years, a number of research studies have validated the benefits… Read more »
Treatment of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is more effective than placebo for knee osteoarthritis: a prospective, double blind randomized trial An excellent article written by Dr. Patel, et al was published in February, 2013, in the American Journal of Sports Medicine. The doctors reported that PRP helped to reduce symptoms of osteoarthritis better than a… Read more »
Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is one of the hottest topic in orthobiologics that is currently being researched. One area that PRP is being used clinically is to treat chronic tendon inflammation that advances into the condition of tendopathy. Tendopathy is a condition where the tendon cell histology changes secondary to the chronic inflamation. If PRP… Read more »
What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow is a condition that ranges from a simple inflammation of two of the tendons in the elbow (extensor Carpi radialis brevis ECRB and the extensor carpi radialis longus ECRL) to an actual tear within the tendon.