Dr. Rawal performed arthroscopic surgery on my right knee in May. I ran the Chicago Marathon in October. In case you didn’t read that right, let me restate… Less than 5 months after having knee surgery, I ran a marathon. That’s right. Dr. Rawal IS incredibly gifted. My scars are minimal and he clearly got me back to running in an unbelievable amount of time.
Dr. Rawal performed my knee surgery in March 2012. I was unable to walk comfortably or ride my bike before the procedure and now, only 5 weeks later, I am able to walk, run and ride bike without any problems. Dr. Rawal was friendly and took the time to explain my diagnosis, the procedure and the recovery. My experience during the procedure was exactly what he had told me it would be. I would highly recommend Dr. Rawal; he was kind, friendly and I am so glad that I decided to have the procedure done as the outcome was even better than I had expected!
I would highly recommend the procedure to anyone suffering from joint discomfort, especially if you have tried more traditional medical procedures with limited or no success. The pain factor with PRP therapy is minor, more of a brief discomfort than pain. It is certainly less invasive than surgery and the recovery time is significantly less.
I want to say thank you – so much – for recommending that I see Dr. Rawal for the PRP treatment on my elbow. I have had a “new lease,” since the treatment, and have played several rounds of golf without pain and been able to enjoy many of the activities that were troublesome before.
Allow patients at all physical levels to return from their injuries back to their original level of function
Dr. Ashish Rawal is Board Certified in both Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine. His practice is focused on Sports Medicine, arthroscopic treatment of the knee and shoulder, and cartilage restoration procedures.
While Dr. Rawal has a special interest in the arthroscopic management of shoulder and knee conditions, he uses both operative and non-operative techniques to allow his patients at all physical levels to return from their injuries back to their original level of function.