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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Fibromyalgia: It’s Not “All In Your Head”!

Fibromyalgia | Piedmont PMR


If you suffer from the miserable symptoms of fibromyalgia you may be weary of skeptics claiming it’s “all in your head.”  Many people with fibromyalgia feel that family and friends don’t fully understand what they’re going through, or even believe their painful symptoms are real. As a result, they lack necessary support, and their struggles with fibromyalgia become even more difficult to manage.

Unfortunately, there is no single reproducible, objective test for fibromyalgia, which is why some doctors still question the validity of the disorder. While the exact cause of fibromyalgia continues to remain a mystery, it is becoming more widely accepted in medical circles as a real and serious health condition.

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Why You Should Consider Breast Thermography

Piedmont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation | Breast Thermography


Breast thermography is a non-invasive, painless and radiation-free way to receive breast risk health assessment.  Thermography uses digital infrared imaging to measure skin temperature and when properly applied to breast examinations changes can be used to assess  subtle changes and anomalies in the breast. One reason more women are opting for Thermography as an adjunctive breast risk assessment is that is is “non-compressive,” which means that it doesn’t squeeze or put force on the breast, as might occur during x-ray mammograms.

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5 Common Questions about Prolotherapy

Do you suffer from the pain of arthritis, sports injuries or any other musculoskeletal problem? Prolotherapy could be the ultimate solution for you. It can help with injuries and illness in muscle, tendon, ligament and joints. Here are five common questions to ask about Prolotherapy.

What is Prolotherapy?
Prolotherapy has been referred to as non-surgical regenerative medicine for ligaments but does much more than that.  The word Prolotherapy comes from “proliferate” or grow.   With Prolotherapy natural compounds are injected into tissue such as ligament, tendon, muscle or joints with the intent of regrowing, or repairing the injured body part.

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