PRP For Sports Injuries
Our founder Amanda Bradshaw is a former personal trainer, so she understands the athlete’s physical needs. She brings both the therapeutic and the biomedical viewpoint to her treatments, using the latest research and products to achieve fitness. As well as using PRP for sports injuries, we can also provide various injections, including for anti-inflammatory and disc support treatment. We call this the secret that professional sportspeople have known about for years.
We use a method that was developed more than 50 years ago to help prolong the need for surgery, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve the condition of the area.
Micro and joint cavity injections can help with a variety of ailments, including:
- Knee cartilage repair
- Disc hydration
- Reducing nerve inflammation
- Reducing swelling and bruising
- Promoting tissue repair
- Plantar fasciitis
- Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
- Frozen shoulder
Why PRP for Sports Injuries?
Many famous athletes – including golfer Tiger Woods and tennis star Rafael Nadal – have received PRP treatment for various problems, including sprained knees and chronic tendon injuries. Previously these injuries would have been treated with medication, physical therapy, or even surgery.
By using PRP to heal the injury instead of surgery, athletes often find they can get back to top condition more quickly, allowing a quicker return to competition.