Osteoarthritis of the knee \\

American Journal of Sports Medicine 2015

  • Meta-Analysis of 9 studies and over 1000 patients

  • PRP without white blood cells results in improved functional outcome scores compared with hyaluronic acid and placebo when used for treatment of knee osteoarthritis.

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) \\

American Journal of Sports Medicine 2014

  • Multi-center study of 230 patients comparing PRP to dry needling and steroid injections

  • PRP rich in white blood cells results in significantly improved pain scores compared to dry needling and steroid injection, and the result was long lasting

Jumper's Knee (Patellar Tendinopathy) \\

American Journal of Sports Medicine 2014

  • Randomized controlled trial comparing PRP to dry needling

  • PRP rich in white blood cells results in significantly improved pain scores and functional outcomes compared to dry needling, with a faster response and improvement time