Originally Posted by Aussie Dunker
You hit the nail on the head - non-invasive and user friendly - very simple procedure and we see many good results here at the clinic - will not be a miracle procedure but worst case scenario is that it doesn't speed up his recovery, but still wont slow it down at all. Think of this procedure as a rookie with a high floor but not an overly high ceiling. Ellenson-ish ha...
When I was a college athlete I got PRP and had to provide evidence of the effectiveness of the procedure to my insurance company to get coverage. What's the state of the procedure nowadays? is it more accepted?
I actually used Kobe as an example