Not only top athletes but also many other people of various ages suffer from pain in their knees and other locomotory system components. In addition to conventional treatment, the most state-of-the-art procedures include those involving blood plasma, hyaluronic acid, or combination of both.
This method is used in modern orthopaedic practice not only for the treatment of post-traumatic conditions and chronic pain in tendons or ligaments, but is also suitable for the treatment of degenerative joint diseases, i.e. arthritis, especially in weight bearing joints.
About 70 percent of patients experience significant improvement or complete disappearance of complaints. There is no need for long rehabilitation or pill taking. The application is fast, and the client will perceive the effects relatively early without undergoing prolonged recovery or being afraid of adverse reactions, including allergies.
Course of the procedure:
If the physician recommends plasma treatment, the nurse must first draw the patient’s blood as in conventional blood drawing. The tube is then placed for five minutes in a centrifuge in order to centrifuge the plasma. Thanks to a Swiss technology, 90 percent of active platelets remain in the plasma, helping to recover the affected site. The physician then draws the yellow liquid – plasma – into the syringe and injects it into the affected site.
Length of hospitalisation:
The treatment is rapid, the entire procedure takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes and no recovery is required. The patient may engage in all the standard activities on the next day.
What happens after the procedure:
Both of these methods help to reduce pain and prevent the occurrence of chronic conditions. They can also improve long-term complaints associated with arthritis. This type of biological treatment also works well as a preventive measure and is unique in the Czech Republic.
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