Platelet Rich Plasma PRP Injections for Achilles Tendonitis

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Achilles Tendonitis Doctors have used Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy for decades in the treatment of sports injuries, pain, and soft tissues damage, and Achilles Tendonitis is one of the most common conditions treated with this cutting edge therapy. Occurring in men and women of all ages, a problem in the Achilles tendon can greatly hinder any form of movement that involves the foot and heel. Most often, people that over exercise or are involved in sports develop Achilles Tendonitis. While most cases of Achilles Tendonitis can be treated with rest or at home, some cases can become chronic and may involve a higher level of pain. For patients with deeper levels of damage or pain, Platelet Rich Plasma Injections may be able to repair and heal the Achilles tendon. Platelet Rich Plasma Achilles Tendonitis specialists have helped many patients to reduce pain, while eliminating Achilles Tendonitis.

What is Achilles Tendonitis?

Achilles Tendonitis mostly occurs from overuse and is most common in runners, athletes, or people that do not regularly exercise but that take part in sports on their weekends. In men and women that do not perform sports on a regular basis, the tendons are often not strong enough to support the level of activity and strain that occurs all at once during a spurt of activity, which is why tendonitis occurs.

In Achilles Tendonitis, the tendon that connects the heel bone to the calf muscles on the back of the lower leg becomes inflamed. Patients with this condition are often unable to exercise and may experience a wide range of symptoms in the region of their Achilles tendon, some of which include:

  • Weakness
  • Stiffness
  • Stabbing pain
  • Burning pain
  • Achiness
  • Tenderness

The symptoms of Achilles Tendonitis usually worsen with stair climbing, running, or other forms of exercise. In extreme cases, the tendon can rupture, which may need surgical repair. Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy can help patients suffering from mild to extreme cases of Achilles Tendonitis to heal faster, while reducing uncomfortable symptoms.

How can Platelet Rich Plasma Injections improve Achilles Tendonitis?

A Platelet Rich Plasma Achilles Tendonitis Doctor first withdrawals a small amount of the patient’s blood and then spins it down to obtain the growth factors and platelets. Once this is accomplished, the mixture is then injected into the injury site where it attracts stem cells, allowing them to rebuild and regenerate the damaged tissues. Over the course of a few weeks, the stem cells continue to work at rebuilding, which can lead to long lasting treatment results that continue to improve with time. Many patients that have used Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy to improve their Achilles Tendonitis have been able to enjoy a faster recovery time with significantly reduced pain and permanent damage.

What are the benefits of PRP for Achilles Tendonitis?

Platelet Rich Plasma Achilles Tendonitis Therapy can provide patients that are suffering from Achilles Tendonitis with countless benefits. One of the primary benefits is that Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy can greatly reduce recovery time, allowing patients to resume their activities faster than would be possible without PRP therapy. Another advantage is that patients can avoid scar tissue and continued damage because Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy regenerates the tears within the tendons. PRP also reduces pain and inflammation, while carrying little to no risk of infection because the platelets and growth factors are taken from the patient’s body.

Platelet Rich Plasma Achilles Tendonitis specialists have helped a vast number of patients to overcome the signs and symptoms of Achilles Tendonitis. Helping patients to avoid further injury and heal from current injuries, Platelet Rich Plasma Achilles Tendonitis specialists offer individualized protocols. Before getting started with PRP Therapy, the Achilles Tendonitis doctor will assess treatment goals, medical history, and lifestyle preferences. Based on a thorough analysis of each patient’s unique condition, the Achilles Tendonitis physician will then design a specialized Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy treatment program.

To learn more about improving Achilles Tendonitis with Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, contact a Achilles Tendonitis PRP Doctor today to schedule an appointment!

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