Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics Course -

What you will gain after completing the PRP training course:

  • Increased income
  • Enhanced treatment effectiveness for patients
  • Development of your professional skills

Who is this training course for?

This video course is suitable for trauma and orthopedic doctors who specialize in treating musculoskeletal disorders.

What are the advantages of PRP therapy in traumatology and orthopedics?

PRP is successfully used in traumatology and orthopedics for treating osteoarthritis, arthritis, ligament and tendon tears, tendinopathies, and fasciitis. This method has proven effective even in significant pathological changes in the musculoskeletal system. It has been established that PRP is three times more effective than other conservative treatment methods for joint pathology. In some cases, the use of PRP as part of comprehensive therapy allows avoiding surgical intervention.

Why PRP therapy?

  • The plasma of your own blood is completely biocompatible with the human body, eliminating any allergic reactions or intolerances.
  • PRP contains a high level of growth factors, which have anabolic properties and lead to tissue regeneration.
  • Reduction of medication load on the body. A course of PRP therapy allows reducing the dosage of medications, and in some cases, completely eliminating some drugs.
  • Wide range of diseases and injuries where the procedure is effective.

Indications for the PRP procedure:

  • Arthritis and periarthritis
  • Deforming osteoarthritis: coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis, etc.
  • Inflammatory and chronic processes of muscle ligaments and tendons
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Chronic sports injuries
  • Recovery period after surgery for chondromalacia
  • Traumatic injuries of ligaments, tendons, and muscles (sprains, tears)
  • Osteochondrosis
  • Fractures

Effects obtained after the PRP procedure

Biological effects:

  • Enhancement of the regenerative potential of tissues
  • Alleviation of the inflammatory process
  • Inhibition of cartilage destruction
  • Restoration of tissue structure
  • Improved blood circulation in the affected joint area
  • Elimination of muscle spasms surrounding the joints
  • Normalization of joint fluid composition
  • Acceleration of rehabilitation after injuries, surgeries, and endoprosthetics

Clinical effects:

  • Significant reduction in pain syndrome
  • Increased range of joint movement
  • Improved quality of life for the patient
  • Elimination of excessive muscle tension
  • Prolonged effect
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