PRP Injection Knee in Malaysia: Cost and Reviews 2021

If you are looking to find the best clinic for your PRP knee injection procedure in Malaysia, you may wish to check out the cost and related reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'.



Is PRP treatment for knee joint disorder backed by research?

As of April 2021, more than 90 studies had been launched to investigate the benefits of PRP (platelet rich plasma) and knee osteoarthritis. You can review the status of these trials on clinicaltrials.gov.

One study assessing PRP’s efficacy was a systematic review published in Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Studies eligible for inclusion were randomized trials published in English that compared platelet-rich therapy to a control, assessing patients aged ≥ 18 years with musculoskeletal bone, cartilage, or soft tissue injuries.

The final analysis included 78 randomized controlled trials with a total of 5,308 patients. The review concluded that at three months, PRP treatment was associated with reduced pain, which was also observed at one year.

Another smaller review in 2017 looked at 14 randomized controlled trials with a total of 1,423 participants. Results suggested that PRP may help manage pain associated with knee OA.

The authors noted the following at 3-, 6-, and 12-month follow-ups:
  • Pain levels: Compared with placebos, PRP injections significantly reduced pain scores at each follow-up appointment.
  • Physical function: Compared with controls, PRP significantly improved physical function at these follow ups.
  • Adverse effects: Some people experienced adverse effects, but these were no more significant than those produced by other types of injection.

PRP Treatment for Knee Cost in Malaysia

PRP treatment for knee price in Malaysia ranges between RM 2,000 - RM 3,000 per session. The PRP cost for knee treatment will depend on the type of PRP treatment and will also vary from clinic to clinic.

Some PRP treatments for knee are also done in combination with add on hyaluronic acid injection.


PRP Treatment for Knee Review in Malaysia

Living with Osteoarthritis
Patients with knee pain can also opt for intra articular knee injections. The procedure uses hyaluronic acid as a kind of synthetic joint fluid or PRP — plasma rich platelet — that is obtained from the patient’s own blood and is rich with growth factors.
Read more: https://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/07/159344/living-osteoarthritis


Find a Clinic for PRP Knee Treatment in Malaysia

Bioniva Wellness is a network of centres offering platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments and cell therapies in Malaysia.

Bioniva Wellness is SureCell Australia's strategic partner in Malaysia. SureCell Medical Group specialises in the clinical application of autologous PRP and cell therapies. The Surecell group treats up to 1,000 patients per month, trains medical professionals from across the globe and creates educational material accessible to both patients and health workers.

Surecell clinics span major Australian cities in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales and Tasmania. Our international locations include Thailand, Pakistan, Malaysia, Bangladesh and India.

The Surecell group treats up to 1,000 patients per month, trains medical professionals from across the globe and creates educational material accessible to both patients and health workers.

Data gathered on Surecell patients will help make the public aware of the benefits reported by our patients, and help decide which method of treatment is best for them. The data shows significant improvement comparing pre and post treatment pain for both PRP and Stem Cell therapy. High patient satisfaction was consistently reported, with over 85% of our patients satisfied with their PRP treatment and nearly 90% of patients recommending the treatment to others. Furthermore, over 1200 surgical procedures were avoided due to PRP treatment.

Figure 1:

Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after PRP treatment. The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain. Majority of the pre-treatment pain was between 6-10. Majority of the post-treatment pain was reduced to between 1-5.



Figure 2:

Pain scores reported on a 0-10 scale before and after PRP treatment, categorised by age groups. The blue columns represent pre-treatment pain and the orange columns represent post-treatment pain. The results are fairly consistent across all age groups, indicating a significant reduction in pain following PRP treatment.


Figure 3:

Summary of patient satisfaction levels for PRP treatment. The blue column indicates ‘yes’, the orange column ‘no’ and the grey column ‘undecided’. 88% of patients were satisfied with their PRP treatment and 89% of patients would recommend this treatment to others.



Bioniva Wellness (HQ): Level 1, Tropicana Grande, Persiaran Tropicana, Tropicana Golf & Country Resort, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

If you need more information, you can contact us for assistance.


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