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KRON4 Talks to Allan Mishra MD About PlateletRich Plasma Treatment
Injuries for the professional athlete or the weekend warrior are never a good thing. Downtime for some injuries can be weeks or even months, and sometimes they require surgery. But now, there’s a way for some injuries to be healed more quickly, and patients might even avoid the surgeon’s scalpel. KRON4’s Russ Katsumoto has details. Hines Ward, a receiver for the world.
Champion pittsburgh steelers injured his knee late in the season, but was able to play in the Super Bowl several weeks earlier than he was expected to heal. Part of his rehabilitation was a process called plateletrich plasma therapy. It was pioneered by Bay Area Allan Mishra. It’s a very simple concept. It’s using a component of your own blood,.
Really separating off the red red blood cells and the plasma, and concentrating the platelets, and then putting them back into an area where you have an injury. Mishra says that they basically just take the healing ability of blood platelets and focus it in the right place. And we take it and we put it in the centrifuge. To get a concentrated amount of platelets, the different parts of the.
Blood are separated. And so you can see, the blood now is separated into the plasma, which is the yellow, and the red blood cells on the bottom. The new concentration of platelets is then delivered back into the patient. And we simply inject them into and around an area of a tendon that has tried to heal itself, but really hasn’t done a good job.
The whole process takes about an hour, and it’s unlikely that the patient’s body will reject it, because it’s the patient’s own blood. For those that may be facing surgery, the treatment is encouraging. We found that patients who had chronic severe elbow tendonitis, things like tennis elbow, that were facing surgery ninetyplus percent of them were able to avoid surgery.