Neurology; General Surgery; Neurosurgery
Low back pain (LBP) is a common problem encountered by physicians. It is a considerable cause of morbidity and socioeconomic loss and is one of the most expensive musculoskeletal disorders. Conventional treatments include bed rest, analgesics, therapeutic exercises, lumbar or caudal epidural corticosteroids, and surgery. Several new biological therapies are being investigated for use in LBP and one of these is platelet-rich plasma (PRP). In this article, we summarize the current literature published on PRP concerning its composition, classification, and application in LBP. We believe our review will prove useful to clinicians and academics alike, interested in new developing therapies for LBP.
Asian Spine Journal
Baig, M. Z.,
Syed, M. J.,
(2021). Use of platelet-rich plasma in treating low back pain: A review of the current literature. Asian Spine Journal, 15(1), 117-126.
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