Inflammation of the thick fascia in the sole is called the plantar fascia. Usually, this fascia acts as a shock absorber and supports the arch of the foot. Repetitive trauma or injury can lead to tears in this fascia leading to pain.

What will the patient complain?

Patients with osteoarthritis of hip joint and avascular corruption of the joint.

Heel pain, mostly early in the morning on taking the first step. The pain usually subsides on moving, but may again come back after some time.

What is platelet-rich plasma (PRP)?

Platelet-rich plasma is patients’ own processed blood containing bunches of development factors as platelets.

How is the procedure done?

In PRP, a limited quantity of the patient's blood is taken and handled in a centrifuge machine which prompts the development of 3-4 ml of processed blood rich in development factors. These development factors when infused into the ligament will prompt recovery of the ligament. Under the oversight of ultrasonography, the torn piece of the ligament is distinguished and the development factors are infused.

What amount of time will it require for the procedure to be finished?

This technique is done as a daycare procedure. The procedure will take 10 minutes and after that patient is kept under observation for an hour after which they can return home.

Will it give permanent relief?

It will give permanent relief to the patient. Although healing of the fascia will take 2-3 months but it is a permanent solution.

What are the post-procedure recommendations?

The patients are advised specific exercises which have to be followed. Wearing an appropriate footwear is mandatory

Dr. Prakash Gudipudi and Dr. Sudhakar Ledalla are the dedicated pain management doctor who are well-experienced in offering the best Regenerative Therapy for plantar Fasciitis. We provide regenerative plantar fasciitis therapy at Manikonda, Dilsukhnagar, Gachibowli, Kondapur, and Hitec City

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