New TRICARE Coverage for PRP Therapies

We are happy to announce that Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are now covered by TRICARE insurance for certain diagnoses. TRICARE may cover PRP treatments for those who have chronic osteoarthritis of the knee or lateral epicondylitis (commonly known as Tennis Elbow).

Under the new TRICARE provisional coverage program, patients are approved for up to five years of PRP injections. To learn more about how these injections work and who qualifies, click here.

Saunora Prom, DO, FAOASM of TPMG Tidewater Sports and Osteopathic Medicine states that “This is a great opportunity for our military members and their families to benefit from cutting edge non-surgical treatment that can bring lasting pain relief.”

If you suffer from knee osteoarthritis or tennis elbow, do not hesitate to reach out and discover the restorative benefits of PRP therapies. Contact Tidewater Sports and Osteopathic Medicine for a consultation to learn about this innovative treatment option. Click here to learn more.

Saunora Prom, DO, CAQSM

About Saunora Prom, DO, FAOASM

Saunora Prom, DO, FAOASM started Tidewater Sports & Osteopathic Medicine, Greenbrier in 2011 to provide the Hampton Roads area with a variety of interventions for orthopedic issues and with a vision to bring non-surgical options to the forefront of orthopedic medicine. As many musculoskeletal issues do not require surgery, Dr. Prom first strives to find a true root cause of pain and the right personal treatment for his patients. As a sports medicine specialist, he is an ideal physician for the “weekend warrior” and “industrial athlete”, as well as the non-athlete; including those who wish to become active or begin an exercise program. He also provides the latest in concussion treatment, including ImPact testing and OMT.

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