Cornell Study Encouraging for Platelet-Rich Plasma Use in Tendon Injuries

Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is a relatively new buzzword in the continuing search for better, safer, and faster recovery of horses with tendon injuries. In the current issue of the Journal of Orthopedic Research, Cornell researchers Schnabel, Mohammed, et al reported encouraging data when evaluating platelet-rich plasma’s effects on the tissue of a superficial digital extensor tendon of a horse under experimental laboratory conditions.

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