Need A Cure For Your Tennis Elbow? The Oklahoma Pain Center Offers PRP Therapy

Nov 30, 2022

The pain experts at The Oklahoma Pain Center(405-752-9600) are offering a revolutionary treatment option to anyone suffering from a chronic ailment. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy can treat tennis elbow, heal a torn rotator cuff, and reduce nerve pain.

Need A Cure For Your Tennis Elbow? The Oklahoma Pain Center Offers PRP Therapy

Platelets are cells found in the body's blood that are responsible for healing injuries. Using the latest technology in medical science and with just a sample of the patient's blood, the Oklahoma Pain Center can multiply the number of platelets by 4 to 6 times to enhance the body’s natural healing process. The beefed up platelets, or Platelet-Rich Plasma, can then be used to treat a wide-range of wounds and injuries.

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Star athletes like Alex Rodriguez and Tiger Woods have used Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy to treat injuries they sustained during their professional careers. The secret is out and now everyone experiencing pain can benefit from PRP treatment.

In addition to being proven effective at treating challenging injuries such as a torn rotator cuff or tennis elbow, PRP therapy has also been shown to decrease the painful symptoms associated with chronic ailments, including Osteoarthritis, back and spine injuries, and nerve damage.

Under the guidance of the medical professionals at the Oklahoma Pain Center, an experienced PRP practitioner will inject the Platelet-Rich Plasma directly into the damaged area of the body. Injections in the knee, ankles, and hips have been shown to improve joint lubrication and reduce pain.

The therapy has shown promise in the field of neuroscience as well, having demonstrated the ability to restore proper functioning of the peripheral nervous system by regenerating nerve tissue. People with non-healing wounds, too, have benefited from PRP, as the enhanced platelets give the body a boost in fighting off infections and quickly healing stubborn wounds.

The latest announcement may also help prevent risky surgeries. The team at the Oklahoma Pain Center advises patients who are considering surgery for bulging/ herniated discs, sacroiliac joints, and facet joints in the back to first consider PRP treatment as an alternative, if they have not already done so.

A spokesperson for the medical team said: “If you suffer from chronic injuries or wounds that resurface and refuse to go away, or if you are troubled by terrible joint pains, then a PRP shot is definitely worth a shot.”

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