Kobe Bryant Receives PRP Injection in Right KneeWritten by Laura Miller | Tuesday, 05 July 2011 10:48
Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant recently received a platelet-rich plasma injection in Europe, according to an ESPN report.
Mr. Bryant underwent the injection to heal his right knee, which has experienced several injuries throughout his basketball career. He previously underwent knee surgery in July 2010, which was the third procedure performed on his right knee.
Details surrounding the injection are unclear, but Mr. Bryant plans to spend the summer recovering from his previous injuries, according to the report.
Read the report on Kobe Bryant receiving PRP.
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