Growing interest in regenerative modalities has prompted physicians across the aesthetic and orthopedic spaces to offer platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections as a safe and minimally invasive alternative to surgery. Patients with knee osteoarthritis, for example, were shown to benefit from the deluge of growth factors released following a PRP injection. The potential for PRP therapy to heal joint pain and ligament tears depends on precise needle placement. Platelets must be perfectly placed. If platelet degranulation and growth factor release occurs outside of the afflicted tendon, ligament, or joint– healing potential is diminished, patient outcomes suffer, and adverse effects increase. Ultrasound guided imaging is often utilized to increase injection accuracy. An increase in injection accuracy will undoubtedly improve patient outcomes, but does ultrasound imaging actually improve accuracy rates? To help answer this question, researchers in Seoul, South Korea designed a study to assess the accuracy of blind compared to ultrasound-guided injections.