Knee Osteoarthritis and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Injections Featured

Research is now moving away from trying to prove or not prove out Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy as being an effective treatment for knee osteoarthritis. PRP does work – this has been made clear by mounting evidence from independent medical researchers.

Here we will briefly touch on two new studies from Chinese researchers and that from Thailand that have now been added to the mounting evidence. These studies show PRP injections to be more effective in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, in terms of pain relief and self-reported function improvement at three, six, and twelve months follow-up, compared with other injections, including saline placebo, Hyaluronic Acid, ozone, and corticosteroids.1


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