The use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) has been utilized in many medical specialties over the years with much success. Recent PRP use in the sports medicine specialty has garnered worldwide attention stemming from high profile athletes using the treatment to heal nagging injuries.
This attention is now spreading towards the veterinary community. Veterinary physicians are using this form of treatment to speed up the healing properties in specific animal injuries. More and more veterinarians are beginning to realize the positive effects of adding PRP to their individual treatment protocols.
PRP treatments used for many veterinary medical conditions across many different animal types:
Dogs & Cats
- Corneal Ulcers for Dogs & Cats
- PRP Therapy for Skin Wounds in Dogs & Cats
- Feline Leukemia Virus: Allogenic PRP for Hematological Disorders
- PRP Transfusion for Inherited and Acquired Coagulopathies in Dogs and Cats
- PRP for Canine Osteoarthritis: New Levels of Pain Management
- Suspensory ligament injuries
- Damaged cartilage
- Non healing wounds
- Corneal Ulcers
- Tendon injuries
- Hock Degenerative Joint Disease
- Tendon Avulsions and Avulsion Fractures
- Proximal Splint Bone Fractures
- Stable Stress Fractures
GUIDE TO STARTING PRP AT YOUR VET CLINIC
Veterinary clinics that aren’t offering PRP yet — this is your place to start. We have put together a guide to offering PRP at your veterinary office. We go step by step here.