TIMTIM Staff asked 5 months ago

What is the success rate of PRP? Does it vary by the person?

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TIMTIM Staff answered 5 months ago

The success rate of the treatment depends on the purpose of the application. The success rate varies with each application. PRP, which is used for skin regeneration, shows its effectiveness when applied correctly by experts. In the field of orthopaedics, it provides 79-93% success in solving the elbow problem. This rate is around 80% in the treatment of plantar fasciitis. It has been reported to accelerate healing in muscle and connective tissue injuries when applied in addition to treatments.