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Orthobiologic Treatment With PRP For Knee Pain

Orthobiologic Treatment With PRP For Knee Pain

Patient is treated with orthobiologic and PRP for knee pain by Dr. Magaziner.

Knee Pain Treatment Program

Examples of:

  1. PRP

Patient Background

prp for knee pain
The patient came today for a follow up visit. This is a patient we have treated for osteoarthritis of both knees. At this point, we are seeing her once a year for platelet-rich plasma. We treated her with the initial set of treatments in 2015, which we believe based on the latest research causes a change in the synovial fluid production to produce healthy joint fluid, which bathes the joint and protects her from further arthritis and pain.

Knee Pain Combination Treatment Program

We treated her with the initial set of treatments in 2015, which we believe based on the latest research causes a change in the synovial fluid production to produce healthy joint fluid, which bathes the joint and protects her from further arthritis and pain.

Knee Pain Patient Positive Patient Outcome

We have been treating her now for close to five years with one treatment per year with PRP to maintain her pain relief and function. This past year has been a good one for her. She has been exercising five or six days per week, including treadmill and CrossFit programs with minimal to no knee pain.

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Dr. Edward Magaziner has dedicated his career to helping people with pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. His focus is to use state of the art and innovative treatments to alleviate these problems. He is well known around the country in his field and is considered by many one of the top treating physicians in this region.

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Website case studies are provided for educational and evaluational purposes of the available treatments offered by our office. It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.

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