Your body is rich in components it can use to heal itself. With platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, Shonith Manohar, MD, harnesses this ability and applies it where you need it most, helping you heal faster. With this injection-based treatment, available at the Florida Regional Pain Management, P.A., office in Orange Park and two offices in Jacksonville, Florida, he and his team treat a wide range of soft tissue injuries and conditions. If you’re interested in PRP Therapy, call the office closest to you or make an appointment online today.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a treatment that uses the platelets in your blood to stimulate and support healing in targeted areas. Your body uses platelets in its regenerative processes. Whenever you’re hurt, for example, it directs platelets to the area. These platelets help your blood clot and supply the area with growth factors your body can use to repair damaged tissue.
During PRP therapy, Dr. Manohar takes a small sample of your blood. He places it in a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets into the PRP. He then uses imaging guidance, including ultrasound and fluoroscopy, to guide the injection of PRP into the targeted area.
The arrival of the PRP signals to your body that it should start its healing processes and floods the area with growth factors that your tissue can use to repair itself.
Dr. Manohar uses PRP therapy to treat:
PRP therapy can treat rotator cuff problems, bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis, labrum tears, and shoulder instability.
Dr. Manohar uses PRP therapy to minimize pain from facet joint arthritis, scoliosis, and rib problems.
With PRP, Dr. Manohar addresses arthritis, tendonitis, ligament tears, De Quervain's tenosynovitis, and more.
PRP therapy brings relief for people with tennis and golfer’s elbow and other tendon injuries.
PRP therapy can treat issues with the tendons in your hips, including iliotibial band tendonitis and iliopsoas tendonitis. It can also treat hip bursitis, labrum tears, arthritis, piriformis syndrome, and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Dr. Manohar uses PRP therapy to treat patellar tendonitis and patellofemoral syndrome, ligament tears and strains, meniscus tears, and more.
People with foot and ankle tendonitis, ankle sprains, and arthritis can find relief with PRP therapy.
With PRP therapy, Dr. Manohar treats whiplash injuries, headaches related to problems in your neck, and arthritis in the area.
No. You can get PRP therapy and continue on with your day immediately afterward. As you do, your body uses the injected platelets to repair your tissue. This speeds your healing process, relieving your pain and restoring your ability to do the things you love faster.
To learn more about safe, no-downtime PRP therapy, call the Florida Regional Pain Management office nearest you or schedule an appointment online today.
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