Plasmolifting PRP Tubes
Are there any contraindications to plasma therapy in the treatment of joints?
Yes, there are contraindications. Among them: any infectious process, oncological and autoimmune diseases, anemia and thrombocytopenia (hereditary and acquired), disorders in the blood clotting system and, of course, the patient taking any medications that affect the clotting process.
Nevertheless, if we consider PRP-therapy of joints in comparison with other methods of treatment, it is worth emphasizing that the complete absence of any side effects and zero risk of intolerance puts plasmolifting a step above any other medical methods of treatment. In terms of effectiveness, the use of PRP also surpasses any physiotherapeutic method of treatment.
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Which joints can be treated with plasma therapy?
Considering the fact that arthritis, arthrosis, bursitis, myofascial syndromes, tendinitis and fasciitis can occur literally around any joint, PRP therapy of the joint will be effective in any case. For example, hip joint plasma therapy is widely used and gives good results in coxarthrosis of different stages. PRP therapy of the knee joint is often used in sports medicine as a method of rehabilitation of athletes after injuries. The same can be said about plasmolifting of the shoulder joint. He often suffers in team sports due to high injury rates.
Plasma therapy in the treatment of joints is a universal method. It is suitable both in the case of age-related degenerative diseases, and in the case of recovery from injuries, and in some cases of rheumatological diseases. It is for this versatility, simplicity and absence of allergic reactions that this procedure is appreciated in the medical community. It is also worth noting the relatively small list of laboratory tests required before starting therapy and the simplicity of the algorithm of the initial consultation.