Spinal steneosisHerniated discNeck stiffnessOccipital neuralgiaLumbar radiculopathyPost laminectomy syndromeLower back discomfortCoccydynia or tail bone pain ScoliosisOsteoarthritis of the spineSciaticaSacro-iliac joint discomfortPiriformis syndromeShinglesTrigeminal NeuralgiaTMJ disfunction
Hip OsteoarthritisTrochanteric bursitisTendon injuriesLabral tearsHamstring tendinitisPsoas bursitisIschial bursitisAseptic necrosis femoral head
OsteoarthritisCrusiate ligament tearMeniscus degeneration and tearsMedial and Lateral collateral ligament injuryPatellar tendon injuryBursitisTendinitisPes Anserine bursitis/tendinitisPost knee replacement pain
OsteoarthritisPeroneal tendinitisPlantar fasciitisAnkle sprainsAchilles tendinitis and partial tearMorton’s neuromaHeel painHeel spurBunion pain
Rotator cuff tearsShoulder bursitisBiceps bursitis/tendinitisShoulder impingementShoulder osteoarthritisAC joint pain Golfers elbow and Tennis elbow (Picture you are using)Elbow osteoarthritisOlecranon bursitisWrist arthritisCarpal tunnel syndromeDe Quesrvain’s tenosynovitisTrigger finger and trigger thumbGanglion cyst
Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve compressionShingle or herpes zosterDiabetic neuropathyInguinal neuralgiaPost herpetic neuralgiaPost thoracotomy painIntercostal Neuralgia
Research and clinical data show that PRP injections and stem cells are extremely safe, with minimal risk for any adverse reaction or complication. Because the injectable products are obtained from your own blood and tissues there is no concern for rejection or disease transmission. There is a small risk of infection from any injection into the body, but this is rare. Recent research has suggested that PRP may have an anti-bacterial property, which protects against possible infection.