Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) – JOINT

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    Your body’s self-healing processes are supported through Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP. This is achieved by employing the protein-rich units of your own blood. Such units contain proteins & bio-active called growth factors which are important in the healing of injuries.

    With a higher concentration of growth factors than typically found in blood, PRP injections support the restoration of injured tissue and inhibit painful inflammatory processes.

    Our expert team works to provide the perfect patient pathway to get you quickly on the road to recovery. Whether you require conventional treatment or if you are a candidate for these effective treatment lines, you can be sure that will get great & confidential advice from our clinical specialists.

    The Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) procedure is widely researched and supported in many clinical papers for various conditions including the knee osteoarthritis.

    About Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP):

    The Growth Factor Therapy treatment supports your body’s self-healing processes by using your own cells. Blood is mostly liquid (called plasma) but also contains solid component including red cells, white cells and platelets. The platelets are important for clotting blood but they also contain proteins called growth factors which are important in the healing of injuries.

    With a higher concentration of growth factors than typically found in blood, PRP injections support the restoration of injured tissue and inhibit painful inflammatory processes.

    Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP can delay or avoid the need for knee surgery. The treatments are minimally invasive, can decrease inflammation, stop the progression of arthritic damage and repair joint cartilage. The recovery time is also much shorter than with surgery.

    Below are some of the conditions PRP joint injections help with:

    Hip conditions:

    Hip conditions which can be treated with PRP joint injections therapy include:

    • Hip Pain
    • Hip Arthritis
    • Hip Bursitis
    • Hip Tendinopathy
    • Hip Osteonecrosis
    • Labral Tear
    • Other degenerative conditions relating to the hip joint

    Knee conditions

    • Knee pain
    • Knee osteoarthritis (medial and lateral)
    • Knee bursitis


    • Plantar Fasciitis
    • Achilles Tendinopathy
    • AC Joint (part of shoulder complex)
    • Rotator Cuff tendinopathy
    • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis

    The Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP is a specialist procedure. Here at FAB Clinic, you’ll have the privilege of having your procedure carried out by a clinical specialist.


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    *Results may vary from person to person

    Summary Of Your Treatment

    • Procedure Time

      Approx. 45 min

    • Back To Work

      Within 24 Hours

    • Anaesthetic


    • Results

      Within Approx. 3 months

    • Risks & Complications

      Minor Bruising, Redness, Irritation

    • Prices

      From £300

    Frequently Asked Questions
    • What are the benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP for joint pain?
    1. 1. The natural healing mechanism of the body is stimulated by PRP injections. The procedure is independent and does not require any foreign substance to enter the body.
    2. 2. Your own blood has an immense quantity of growth factors needed for rejuvenation & reproduction of healthy tissue. Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP injections activate such existing elements organically.
    3. 3. Surgeries can often be avoided in numerous MSK conditions through administering a course of PRP injections by gradual yet effective promoting of healthy & active tissue production.
    • How Safe is the Growth Factor Therapy Treatment?

    Platelet-Rich Plasma or the PRP is a very safe procedure because it is Autologous which means it is extracted from your own blood. Therefore, there are no risks of rejection or allergic reaction. The only real risk of PRP for joints is contamination.

    At FAB Clinic, we use an enclose extraction system that eliminates open-air transfer containers, minimising any contamination.

    • How soon will results from a PRP joint injection will be visible?

    Results vary by the individual but on average 80% of results are visible in 2 -3 weeks. Full results will take 6 -8 weeks on average.

    • How Long Results will last?

    PRP results will last on average of one year. In the case of orthopaedic, PRP (i.e., joint injections), results can be permanent as the environment within which joints operate will change permanently. After that they will slowly decrease, that is why we recommend at least one treatment per year and for best performance even 2 to 4 treatments per year.

    • Who should not have a PRP Treatment?

    People with:

    • Cancer or metastatic disease especially hematopoietic or of bone
    • Platelet dysfunction syndrome
    • Low platelet count
    • Critical thrombocytopenia
    • Patient with Septicemia
    • Women that are pregnant or breastfeeding
    After Care
    • This will be communicated to you in writing in the form of instruction sheets for the aftercare. You’ll also be thoroughly briefed at the clinic before & after your procedure.
    Treatment Price
    • A single injection: £300
    • A course of 3 injections (RECOMMENDED): £750
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