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


317 St. Francis Dr.
Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601
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Fat Graft Containing Medicinal Signaling Cells Harvested With BeautiFILL

Many people don’t realize that adipose (fat) tissue contains valuable endocrine functions including medicinal signaling that can be used for tissue engineering, support, volume enhancement, and cushioning. Medicinal signaling cells  direct your body’s “blank slate” cells, able to specialize to perform different functions throughout the body.  Plus, adipose is typically used to provide tissue support, volume, and cushioning. During a fat graft, we are able to harvest the healthy fat tissue containing signaling cells and transplant it where needed. Fat grafting is quick, safe, and effective.

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Medicinal Signaling Cell Cushion Injections for Musculoskeletal Conditions

Stem Cell Injections at Piedmont PMR

In our practice, we have seen how fat derived, cushioning, medicinal signaling cell injections positively impact patients suffering from a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Now, advanced technology has made it possible to retrieve adipose (fat) derived medicinal signaling cells in a quick, minimally invasive in-office procedure. In the same session, we inject them into the areas of the body that need support. Our patients have benefited greatly from this procedure making us quite excited about it.

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The Role of Adipose-derived Medicinal Signaling Cells In Reconstructive Surgery

Adipose Derived Stem Cells

The use of medicinal signaling cells in regenerative medicine is not new, especially to treat tissue defects or injury. However, the advancement of technique for harvesting and refining adipose tissue (fat tissue) has unlocked revolutionary new applications for medicinal signaling cells derived from fat. Autologous fat transfer can be utilized in reconstructive surgery as a minimally invasive way of delivering tissue engineering therapy.

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