Tennis Elbow Treatment

Because they get very little blood, injured tendons heal notoriously slowly. Thoroughbred platelets vamp healing growth factors, so the idea of PRP is to inject a patient’s own platelets at the site of a tendon injury. To date, many studies suggest that PRP works effectively for tennis elbow. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy certainly looks like it could be a promising, new treatment approach to stubborn, chronic tendon problems, like Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow.

And, along with its lessor relative, Autologous Blood Injection (ABI) it has excellent upsides: It’s a quick procedure; minimally invasive; uses your own cells – not some toxic drug – and is unlikely to have any major negative effects.

“Tennis elbow” is a worldwide condition, however as a diagnostic reason for elbow pain, the term “Tennis elbow” is often overused and can rationalization ravages in treatment, and, if you are a patient with chronic elbow pain, and the treatments are not working, you will likely be tumbled well-nigh why they are not. This is where PRP has been shown to be very beneficial. Dr. Izharul hasan has been utilizing PRP to heal elbow injuries for years.