PRP Therapy Conditions Managed

Results and Clinical Data for PRP Injections


Studies assessing osteoarthritis and the use of PRP as a treatment option are very encouraging. In a recent medical trial (Smith, P.A. 2016) those patients given PRP injections had improved  by 78% compared to those given a placebo injection who had improved by only 7%. Current theory suggests that synovitis in osteoarthritis is a major factor resulting in an imbalance in the pro-inflammatory cytokines that cause proteolytic enzyme activation and consequent cartilage destruction. PRP appears to help correct this imbalance and potentially even lead to articular cartilage regeneration.


Other knee conditions that we can manage with PRP:

– Meniscal tears

– Patella Tendinopathy

– Patella Femoral Syndrome

– Chondromalacia Patella

-Partially torn major ligament (ACL/MCL/ACL)

– Osteochondral defects


Hip conditions:

– Illiotibial Band Tendonitis (ITB Syndrome)

– Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

– Hip labrum tears

– Piriformis Syndrome

-Psoas and Gluteal Tendinopathy


Back and neck:

– Osteoarthritis

– Whiplash injuries

– myofascial pain syndrome

– Occipital Neuralgia

– Herniated discs

– Sciatic pain

– Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction


Foot and Ankle:

– Osteoarthritis

– Achilles Tendinopathy

– Plantar Fascitis/Fasciosis

– Ankle Tendinopathy

– Osteochondral defects

– Peroneal Tendinopathies


Wrist and hand:

– Osteoarthritis

– Carpal Tunnel

– Wrist or finger tendinopathies



– Rotator cuff

– Shoulder impingement

– Subacromial/Subdeltoid Bursitis

– Labral tears

– Frozen shoulder



-Tennis elbow

– Osteoarthritis

– Cartilage defect

TREATMENT DISCLAIMER It is important to understand that while stem cell therapy can help alleviate symptoms in many patients and slow or even reverse degenerative processes, at times it does not work for all patients. Consequently, Brisbane Regeneration can neither predict nor guarantee success for individual patients who undergo stem cell treatment. Based on additional information, patient's current health situation and/or unforeseen health risks, the medical staff can always, in the interest of the individual patient, propose another kind of stem cell transplantation or in exceptional situations cancel the stem cell treatment.