“Evidence grows in favor of PRP as cost-effective, minimally invasive treatment for knee OA,” says Cleveland Clinic. Our office just received the Summer 2016 physician newsletter “Orthopedic Insights.” In it, Dr. Tejpar notes that 11 independent studies in the past 5 years have shown PRP to produce “better symptom scores and clinical outcomes” at 6-12 months compared with hyaluronic acid (HA). We’re excited by the healing our patients are realizing with PRP therapy.
Evidence Grows in Favor of PRP for Knee OA
By: BOUNDLESS|Published on: Jul 29, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized| 0 comments