TruDose PRP for Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain can be very debilitating and show up in the form of labral tears, arthritis, as a result of injury or overuse and greatly affect mobility and function.
Shoulder pain can severely affect your daily life and the cost of surgery can be a painful recovery, a high failure rate and with the possibility of it developing into a chronic condition. At our clinic we do a thorough, personal consultation to determine the root cause of your shoulder pain.
Our regenerative therapy options are safe, non-surgical and may help with many different types of injuries, musculoskeletal issues and mobility problems.
TruDOSE PRP therapy can be used to treat chronic ligament pain, chronic degenerative joints, and tendon injuries such as shoulder pain.
Platelet-rich plasma therapy has grown in popularity around the medical world over the last ten years, and many have utilized it to accelerate recuperation and promote the repair of musculoskeletal problems. It is a treatment option for non-healing muscle and tendon injuries, such as those that cause shoulder pain.
TruDOSE eliminates discrepancies in PRP therapies by procuring an exact therapeutic dose of platelets for each unique patient. Platelet structures are fragments of cells that contain the proteins necessary to help seal broken blood vessels and repair tissue. Employing autologous blood – blood taken from a patient and returned to the same patient – and not adding any foreign materials to the treatment makes it extremely safe.
Research studies have shown that PRP therapy can be effective in relieving pain and helping patients return to their normal lives.
Our trained staff can help by determining what treatment option would be most appropriate for your condition, based on a personal consultation. We offer several regenerative therapies which assist the healing process, may alleviate shoulder pain and improve your journey to recovery.
At our clinic we offer various nonsurgical and noninvasive treatments that may help treat many kinds of musculoskeletal and tendon issues along with their underlying problems.
If you are struggling with shoulder pain, contact our office today.