ORTHOPEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY
ORTHOPEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY
In orthopedics and traumatology, the Plasmolifting™ method triggers the regenerative processes in all joint tissues at the same time (joint surfaces, synovial fluid, capsular ligaments, bone, muscle and cartilage tissue) due to platelet growth factors. Autologous platelet-rich plasma injections help inhibit inflammation and improve nutrition and tissue repair, by oxygenation.
The Plasmolifting™ method triggers the accelerated restoration of the musculoskeletal system, reduces rehabilitation periods after injuries and surgery, and thus restores the patient’s freedom of movement without pain.
In combination with other therapies, it allows the reduction of the amount of medication administered or the complete elimination of it, minimizing the toxic effects associated with its prolonged usage. In addition, autologous plasma therapy reduces the treatment time by half.
Injection areas and operating mode
In orthopedics and traumatology, the Plasmolifting™ method involves injecting platelet-rich plasma into the coxofemoral, knee, radiocarp, elbow, shoulder and tibiotasial joint. The standard needle for intramuscular injections is usually used. For the coxofemoral joint, especially if the patient has excessive weight, needles of 8 – 10 cm must be used. After completion of the procedure, an aseptic bandage is applied.
Autologous plasma injections contribute to the reduction of the inflammatory processes, the elimination of pain, and the restoration of the joint motion amplitude.
The table of indications and clinical effects for applying the Plasmolifting™ method
|Arthrosis||Reduction of pain, restoration of synovial fluid, increased joint mobility, longer remission periods, reduces rehabilitation period after using prosthetics||Course of 2 – 8 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
|Periarthritis||Rapid relief of pain, reduction of inflammation, increased joint mobility||Course of 2 – 6 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
|Tendon and ligament tears and injuruies||Accelerated recovery of injured tissues, stronger musculoskeletal tissues||Course of 2 – 6 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
|Acute injury of muscle and bone tissue||Stimulation of bone and cartilaginous tissue formation, shorter rehabilitation period after injuries and surgeries||Course of 4 – 8 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
|Tendinopathies||Accelerated tissue regeneration, rapid pain relief, restoration of mobility in the extremities||Course of 3 – 8 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
|Spinal osteochondrosis||Rapid pain relief, elimination of muscle spasms||Course of 3 – 8 procedures, with an interval of 7 – 14 days|
* The result was achieved in the course of a complex therapy.
Indications in orthopedics and traumatology::
- lesions of the ligaments and muscles
- muscle spasms of the neck, shoulders, back or legs
- bone resorption
- rehabilitation after an orthopedic surgery or an accident
The results of the MRI of a patient with pattelar tendinopathy.
The high efficiency and safety of the procedure can only be achieved by using certified Plasmolifting™ equipment.
- The advantages of the Plasmolifting™ method
- We recommend combining PlasmoliftingTM
- The PlasmoliftingTM method helps
The advantages of the Plasmolifting™ method in orthopedics and traumatology:
- eliminating muscle spasms and painful sensations
- the synovial fluid is regenerated
- reducing the pressure on the affected joints of the bones and increasing the distance between them
We recommend combiningPlasmoliftingTM with the following procedures:
- drug therapy
- ozone therapy
- physical therapy
- therapeutic exercises
Used in orthopedics and traumatology, the PlasmoliftingTM method helps:
- eliminating joint pain
- increasing the amplitude of joint movements
- reduction of morning stiffness
- recovery of synovial fluid
- removing muscle spasms and pain
- prolonging the remission period
- stimulating the formation of fibroblasts, osteoblasts, chondrocytes and new cartilage
- strengthening the muscles surrounding the affected joint
- enhancement of the collagenase, osteogenesis, angiogenesis and regeneration process at a cellular level
- increasing the aerobic metabolism in the tissues
- improving the nutrition of the articular cartilage and accelerating its regeneration
- activating blood circulation in the affected joint area
- significant reduction of the rehabilitation period after traumas, operations and prostheses
- increasing articular mobility