317 St. Francis Dr. Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601

317 St. Francis Dr.
Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601
Tel: 1-864-235-1834, Fax: 1-864-235-2486

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Fat Transfer & Fat Grafting

Fat Transfer at Piedmont PMR

The One Step Fat Transfer & Fat Grafting Solution

Piedmont Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is proud to bring you BeautiFill™ which is the first laser-based fat transfer technology to standardize the process, time and quality of fat transfer methods with the least amount of adipose disruption. BeautiFill’s closed-loop fat transfer capabilities combine laser, aspiration and processing into one simple step. This reduces procedure time while optimizing the entire fat transfer process.

When compared to Mechanical Fat Transfer options, BeautiFill is the clear choice for safety, comfort, efficiency, and effectiveness.

HIGH IMPACT – Peripheral Neuropathy

HIGH IMPACT – Peripheral Neuropathy

To most individuals, “feel the burn” evokes imagery of sweat inducing, endorphin pumping, muscle blasting total workouts.   Unfortunately, to a smaller yet significant subset of our population, this popular catch-phrase carries a much more negative, and literal, connotation.  Members of this group suffer from peripheral neuropathy (PN).   Folks with PN know “the burn” all to well.   Common complaints include a persistent burning in the hands and feet, cramping, stabbing pain in the legs, alternating hot and cold sensations, and a pervasive numbness and tingling.   What is more, these unpleasant symptoms do not like to rest when we do.  In fact, many complain about a “fire in their feet” as they unwind for the night and the need to constantly reposition their legs, leading to loss of much needed sleep.


Dysautonomia broadly refers to a problem with the autonomic nervous system, or ANS. The ANS is a special portion of the nervous system which is integral in the body’s maintenance of homeostasis, or “steady state”.  The ANS controls functions of the body that occur automatically.  These functions are typically outside the domain of the peripheral and central nervous system.  For example, heart rate, respiratory rate, bowel motility, bladder contractility, pupil size, skin temperature and sweating are all modulated by the ANS.