You’ve heard it helps, but how can PRP help treat chronic shoulder pain?
The premise behind PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is simple. While conventional medicine focuses on managing the pain and controlling the symptoms, our treatments focus on the problem at its cause. Instead of hiding the pain, our goal is to eliminate it completely by healing the damaged tissue causing the problem to begin with.
By addressing the root cause of the painful condition, you can heal the shoulder for long-lasting results. It is a natural, minimally invasive alternative to surgery that comes with little to no downtime, and is often significantly cheaper than the routes traditional medicine has to offer.
Chronic shoulder conditions that can be treated with PRP include:
- Torn rotator cuff
- Arthritis of the shoulder
- Damaged cartilage
- Pinched nerve
- And more
If you or a loved one is suffering from shoulder pain, we have solutions that can help. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Treating Shoulder Pain With PRP Injections
PRP injections for chronic shoulder pain work by taking a small sample of your own blood, spinning it in a specialized machine to separate the platelets from the red blood cells, and injecting that concentration of plasma into the affected shoulder.
This serum contains healing properties that work with the body’s natural recovery process by boosting it to help the system repair any damaged cells and grow new, healthy ones as needed.
The injections are all-natural and relatively quick, and painless. Many patients can return to their normal lives immediately after the procedure, and their body begins healing right away.
Our treatments have helped countless patients get rid of the pain they thought they were stuck with forever. Check out some of the success stories on our website to see for yourself, then give us a call.
Contact our office to find out if PRP can help your shoulder pain. Our doctor will customize a plan just for you to help get you out of pain and restore range of motion and full use of your shoulder again.