|I had a PRP treatment on my inner elbow for tendonitis that did decrease some of the pain, would a second treatment be helpful or necessary?|
|Medial epicondylitis responds to PRP about 60-70% of the time in my experience. If you have had some benefit but still have symptoms then a second treatment is reasonable.|
|Follow up treatments depend on how active you are and what kind of success you wish from the treatments. Patients at The Center for Natural Healing are treated with a minimum of 3 treatments. The following treatments help build upon the initial, adding growth factors and boosting the healing that is already taking place from the first treatment. As stated previously, treatments should be done within 3-6 weeks of each other in order to get the maximum continuation of the healing factors.|
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