Regenerative Orthopedic case of the Week – January 17, 2023
63 year old female with 1 year history of bilateral foot pain symptoms. Sharp pain with walking, especially pushing off and negotiating stairs. Custom orthotics and over-the-counter medication provided minimal relief. Xrays showed midfoot arthritic changes. MRI showed midfoot arthritis with arthritic bone lesions in bone feet. After discussing treatment options, she decided to have regenerative treatment with PRP (platelet rich plasma) injected into the joints and bone lesions. Today, three months out from treatment, her left foot pain is 100% better and her right foot is 80% better. She has no pain with walking. Minimal, occasional pain in the right foot negotiating stairs.
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Texas Health Care Bone & Joint Clinic
1651 W Rosedale #200
Ft Worth, TX. 76104
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