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Further Evidence that the PhotoActivation of PRP (PAPRP) is a Novel and Effective Treatment for Osteoarthritis and Knee Pain
Date:7/21/2013

ted 3 times – 1 week apart. (BMJ Case Reports Published online 26 March 2013; doi: 10.1136/bcr-2012-007463)

An earlier study by the same doctor (Dr. Julien Freitag), which was also published in the “British Medical Journal”, used PAPRP on a healthy 38 year old man with traumatic chondral lesion of the left knee following a basketball injury. The patient experienced functional improvement within 2 weeks of commencing treatment and a perceived 100% improvement at Week 15. No complications were noted. (BMJ Case Reports Published Online: 17 December 2012; doi: 10.1136/bcr-2012-006858)

The forthcoming 40 patient clinical trial using PAPRP is now being undertaken by Dr. Julien Freitag on patients with knee osteoarthritis and knee joint pain. These conditions are normally difficult to treat - and major causes of disability and chronic pain amongst millions of people.

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