How is a PRP injection performed?

In PRP therapy, a patient’s blood is drawn, separated and re-injected into injured joints and muscles to ease pain. Platelets release special growth factors that lead to tissue healing and repair.   What is the … continue reading

PRP Injection Recovery Time

As we become more active we often push/strain our tendons, joints, and ligaments beyond what they were used to.  Stress injuries such as tendonitis and osteoarthritis can be the end result. By now many of … continue reading

Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries

PRP and Elbow Ligament Injuries The ulnar collateral ligament is located on the inner side of your elbow. It is the ligament that is under the most strain during the pitching motion. As a result … continue reading