What Is The Buyanov Process?
The Buyanov Process is the ultimate leading Edge therapy that helps you eliminate your back, spine and joint pain through Hyaluronic Therapy. We are here to regenerate your discs and joints to give you the relief you need and deserve.
Over the years I have researched many therapies, but only wanted to use something that regenerates and restores what your body would naturally do to repair an injury. That is why I have chosen to use Hyaluronic Therapy to help you avoid back surgery. Healing depends on platelets. These blood components are rich in growth factors. The Buyanov process targets the root of the problem and heals the tissue through the use of your own Stem Cells.
Dr. Buyanov understands your back pain and the importance of getting you back to feeling normal again. We offer these sophisticated techniques and innovative therapies in a comprehensive plan customized to resolve your pain without surgery. We offer the most comprehensive range of non-surgical pain management services today. Apply on-line or call
While there may be some slight discomfort, most patients tolerate the procedure very well and with minimal pain. The procedure is done under local anesthetic to minimize any discomfort. Post-injection soreness at the injection site is sometimes present because of an inflammatory response caused by the therapy. Most patients notice some level of improvement by 2-6 weeks following BMC. Increased stability and strength are typically reported along with the decrease in pain. A second level of benefits may be obtained between 6 weeks and 3months. Patients are encouraged to remain active with a functional rehabilitation program and strengthen surrounding muscles during this period.
Numerous conditions can be considered for treatment with the Buyanov Process. Based on current research and clinical experience, moderate to severe cases of disc degeneration, joint injuries, osteoarthritis and severe tendon injuries show promising results.
- Knee Pain - Osteoarthritis, Meniscus Tears (Medial, Lateral), Chondromalacia Patella, Tendon Injuries (Patellar Tendonitis, Quad Tendon), Ligament sprains or tears (MCL, LCL, ACL)
- Hip Pain - Osteoarthritis, Hip Labrum Tears, SI Joint Dysfunction, Piriformis Syndrome, Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome
- Shoulder - Osteoarthritis, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Tendonopathy, or Partial Tears, Labrum Tear, Bicipital Tendinitis
- Elbow Pain - Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), Medial Epicondylitis (Golfers Elbow)
- Wrist/Hand Pain - Osteoarthritis, DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis
- Ankle & Foot Pain - Achilles Tendinitis or Partial Tears, Plantar Fasciitis, Ankle sprains/ligament injury
- Spine - Facet Joint Arthropathy. Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction
No. Unlike cortisone shots which mask symptoms and can damage tissue, BMC targets the root of the problem and attempts to heal the tissue through the use of your own Stem Cells.
Most patients require only a single Buyanov Process treatment depending on the degree of the injury. However, in challenging cases, if a patient experiences significant relief that plateaus, they may consider a second treatment months later.
For the first 2-3 days, swelling and discomfort are typical in the injected area. By the end of the first week, these symptoms usually begin to resolve and physical therapy is started to optimize BMC effects and facilitate recovery. Patients have responded to BMC treatment at varying timeframes.
Bone marrow derived cancer (such as lymphoma), non-bone marrow derived cancer or metastatic disease (should be checked with your oncologist), and active systemic infection are all contra-indications. Blood thinning medications such as Coumadin must be discontinued and managed appropriately by your cardiologist or primary doctor prior to the procedure.
No. While there are currently several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals showing the positive effects Hyaluronic Therapy therapy on tendon, soft tissue, and cartilage injuries, this treatment is still not covered by insurance companies at this time.
Most patients notice some level of improvement by 2-6 weeks following your procedure. Increased stability and strength are typically reported along with the decrease in pain. A second level of benefits may be obtained between 6 weeks and 3months. Patients are encouraged to remain active with a functional rehabilitation program and strengthen surrounding muscles during this period.