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Author Topic: Better than PRP/Priapus shot!  (Read 4338 times)

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MIKEHAWK

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Better than PRP/Priapus shot!
« on: October 22, 2014, 02:59:58 AM »

Orthokine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Orthokine is a patented method developed by molecular biologist Dr. Julio Reinecke and Dr. Peter Wehling, a spinal surgeon in Düsseldorf, Germany.[3][7] A two-year study of osteoarthritis of the knee, published in the medical journal Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, confirmed the safety and effectiveness of the therapy.[9] Orthokine is less invasive than most, if not all, other forms of knee surgeries available.[10] It focuses on treating the inflammation as opposed to mechanical problems in the joints.[8] Orthokine was first approved for widespread use in Germany in 2003.[11] Most patients have reported positive results.[3][9] Orthokine differs from a similar procedure with platelet-rich plasma (PRP), where platelets are targeted instead of the interleukin antagonist.[12] Platelets are thought to speed the healing process. Also, PRP does not require the blood to be heated as Orthokine does.[8] The heating increases the anti-inflammatory proteins as much as 100 times.[6]
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Re: Better than PRP/Priapus shot!
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2014, 07:30:26 AM »

So Orthokine does not "target platelet's", and it needs to be heated?

It works by stopping interleukin-1, which is something that breaks down cartilage. I cannot see how this is related to the penis, or how it's better than PRP.

Either way, more information is ALWAYS good. Good find.
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