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PRP for multiple shoulder tendinopathies

Author: Andrew Armitage, BSc, BVM&S, MRCVS

Read this case about 6-year-old neutered male boxer, Domino, who presented for thoracic limb lameness.  Domino had a six-month history of chronic forelimb lameness that became worse after exercise and rest.  The lameness did not respond to exercise restriction or NSAIDs.  See how PRP helped him recover.

About the author(s)

Andrew Armitage, BSc, BVM&S, MRCVS

After an inital degree in Physiology, Andrew obtained his veterinary degree from Edinburgh University in 2002. He joined the practice in 2008 and became a partner in 2009.

He has developed a special interest in all aspects of small animal work, including in-house laboratory techniques, soft tissue surgery and chemotherapy.

He breeds pedigree Ragdoll and Bengal cats and also enjoys wine-making and gold-panning in his spare time.

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