PRPSclinics provides treatment. Plan an online consultation with a specialist to learn more.
Pain from wear and tear on your hip joint due to arthrosis or a sports injury? Did corticosteroids and painkillers fail to reduce the pain?
Then choose ‘repair’ through your body’s own repair system instead of suppressing the complaints with medication.
On the day of treatment
After the procedure
You come in walking, you will go out walking. No specific rehabilitation is necessary. Make sure you have some paracetamol at the house. It is advised to take 4 to 6 paracetamol for the first 2-3 days after treatment. More painkillers are usually not necessary.
Any swelling will disappear within 5-7 days. Wearing an elastic wrist band for one week will allow for prudent mobilization. Within 2 to 4 weeks you will do everything with generally less pain and slowly more strength and control. Repair will continue for a minimum of 3 to 9 months.
The final assessment takes place 3 months after the treatment. If the majority of the pain has not yet disappeared, and so-called Residual Damage is still there, a second treatment with PRPS may be indicated. See below for more detailed information.
What PRPS is doing for arthrosis of the knee seems to be 1 on 1 comparable to what it can do for the painful wrist or shoulder and even the hip if one is early enough. Read more here or make an appointment for a consultation.