Intradiscal PRP

Intradiscal PRP is an outpatient technique that stimulates healing in the spinal disc by using the patient’s blood platelet cells. Because spinal discs have a limited blood supply, they have a low natural healing capability. Therefore, the healing ability of a patient’s healing platelets placed directly at the site of damage or degeneration in the disc is greatly improved.

If you believe your back pain could be reduced or treated with Intradiscal PRP injections, contact trustworthy Miami orthopedic surgeons at Ceda Orthopedic Group in Florida.

How is the intradiscal PRP procedure performed at Ceda Orthopedic Group?

Platelet-rich plasma therapy accelerates the repair of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles, and joints by injecting a total concentration of the patient’s own platelets. PRP injections work by utilizing each patient’s own healing system to alleviate musculoskeletal issues. PRP injections are made by centrifuging one to several tubes of your own blood to concentrate the platelets.

These activated platelets are then administered into the wounded or sick tissue of your body. This causes growth factors to be released, stimulating, and increasing the number of reparative cells produced by your body. In some instances, ultrasound imaging is used to guide the injection.

Who is a candidate for intradiscal PRP injections?

Intradiscal PRP injections are usually reserved for patients with chronic low back pain who have failed to react to conservative treatment alternatives such as drugs, chiropractic, epidural steroid injections, physical therapy, and for whom surgery is only the other choice.

Furthermore, discogenic low back pain must be confirmed using provocative discography to guarantee that the correct pain-producing spinal structure is identified.

Benefits of intradiscal PRP injections from Ceda Orthopedic Group

Intradiscal PRP provides great pain reduction as well as significant functional improvement for many individuals. Intradiscal PRP aids in the healing process, allowing patients to return to higher activity levels than before the surgery. RSI has assisted hundreds of patients in avoiding more severe spinal fusion surgery and the necessity for long-term medicines.

What are the risks of intradiscal PRP surgery?

There is not any risk of an allergic or immunological reaction because PRP is taken from your own blood autologous transplantation. In fact, PRP injections are infrequent in literature. Neither effects nor complications. Local infection and pain at the injection site are the main risks. Discitis with Cutibacterium acnes is the other risk associated with high platelet plasma intradiscal injection (PRP). Antimicrobial PRP activity is hypothesized by the inclusion of leucocytes or antibiotics within the injecting process.

Still, like with any surgery, there are potential dangers associated with getting surgery. The majority of these issues are minor and treatable. They can be from infection, excessive bleeding, blood clots, shoulder stiffness, and damage to blood vessels or nerves are all possible complications of rotator cuff repair surgery. Consult with your doctor and orthopedic surgeon before having this procedure performed on yourself.

What’s the recovery time of intradiscal PRP?

The length of time it takes for you to recover from a PRP injection depends on the body part that was treated as well as the severity of your disease or injury.

Joint injections, for example, are usually less painful and respond faster than injections into tendons, ligaments, and muscles. You may not notice an instant difference after receiving PRP injections because they are intended to stimulate healing or growth. The following factors can alter the healing time of PRP injections:

  • The Injection Site
  • the Injury’s Severity

You can trust the experienced orthopedic surgeons at Ceda Orthopedic Group to give you the best treatment and make you feel like family. We offer transportation to all patients to make your orthopedic visit that much easier!

How can Ceda Orthopedic Group help with intradiscal PRP?

For 2 or 3 days following the procedure, the treatment region may be painful, and the patient may notice some bruising. Acetaminophen can help relieve pain. In the event of acute discomfort, the patient should contact the doctor’s office as soon as possible. One week following PRP treatment, hair dye or coloring procedures can be resumed.

Interested in intradiscal PRP injections to promote healing? Contact Ceda Orthopedic Group today!

Ceda Orthopedic Group in Miami, Florida, can perform platelet-rich plasma injections to promote healing or growth for an injury or pain. Intradiscal PRP injections take several weeks or months for the patient to begin to feel results.

Schedule an appointment with a Ceda Orthopedic Surgeon, and we will recommend pain medication or an exercise plan to help you get back to your usual self. During this initial appointment, we will determine if your pain or injury could be reduced with PRP injections.

Contact Ceda Orthopedic Group to book an appointment with one of our medical physicians to help with your pain.