All Star outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, Carl Crawford, is the latest of many professional athletes to get PRP Treatment done to help an injury. Crawford has a sprained ligament in his throwing elbow and it’s rumored to keep him off the field for 3+ months. Per recommendation of team doctors, Crawford visited Dr. James Andrews to have Platelet Rich Plasma Injection (PRP Therapy). This is to help heal the elbow faster. Crawford will not be playing baseball during these initial stages of the PRP treatment.
The news of Crawfords injury and PRP Therapy is all over the web. Here are a few links you can read to get more information about this injury and situation: