Jeffrey Farricielli, MD, ABPMR, is a regenerative medicine specialist at The Center for Regenerative Medicine in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. He offers his patients cell-based treatments for common orthopedic injuries and degenerative joint conditions.
Dr. Farricielli is a graduate of Saba University School of Medicine. He trained in internal medicine at the University of Florida Shands Hospital and in physical medicine as well as rehabilitation at the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine, Parkland Hospital.
After graduating from chiropractic school in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Farricielli worked in Italy as a chiropractor for four years. When he returned to the United States, he created Beverly Hills Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center in Beverly Hills, California. The center combined functional medicine, yoga, massage, Pilates, diet, acupuncture, chiropractic adjustments, and physical therapy in a unique setting. It became the largest and most respected of its kind in the city. This experience has had a profound effect on the way he thinks and practices medicine today.
As an interventional pain physician, Dr. Farricielli has performed over 3000 procedures on the spine and peripheral joints. These treatments include radio-frequency neurotomy, spinal cord stimulator trials, epidural and facet injections for neck and back pain. He utilizes BOTOX® for neurological conditions such as cervical dystonia, stroke spasticity, facial spasms, and chronic migraine.
Dr. Farricielli is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation; he is also a fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Farricielli is a member of the South Carolina branch of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine. He is on staff at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital in North Charleston, South Carolina, and Grand Strand Regional Medical Center. He is an adjunct instructor at Grand Strand for the internal medicine residency program.