I’m Boris Terebuh MD, Founder & Medical Director of the Regenerative Spine & Joint Center
Training and Education
- Nonsurgical Musculoskeletal and Interventional Spine Care Fellowship
Fort Wayne, Indiana (1998)
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1997)
- Internal Medicine Internship
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1994)
- Doctor of Medicine
Medical College of Ohio
Toledo, Ohio (1993)
- Bachelor of Science
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio (1989)
- American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R)
- American Board of PM&R Subspecialty Certification in Pain Medicine
- American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians
- Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice
- American Board of Pain Medicine
- American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- American Board of Independent Medical Examiners
Proudly in solo practice since 2001
Dr. Terebuh is a very unique Medical Doctor because he has earned seven Board Certifications in the field of musculoskeletal medicine – which is the study of the spine, joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles as well as the peripheral nervous system. He has made the commitment to this high level of training to ensure his capability to provide the highest caliber of conscience non-surgical musculoskeletal and regenerative medicine care to his patients.
Regenerative Medicine is a new and evolving branch of medicine which strives to heal injured tissues in the body rather than just suppressing the symptom of pain. Dr. Terebuh’s knowledge of the musculoskeletal system and his extensive training combined with his two decades long treatment experiences place him in the ideal position to be a leader in the Regenerative Medicine movement – a movement being driven by patients who are eagerly seeking non-surgical alternatives for spine, joint and other musculoskeletal conditions with the goal of maximizing their functional independence and active life styles.
Who We Are & What We Believe
The Regenerative Spine & Joint Center specializes in providing personalized nonsurgical and nonopioid solutions for spine, joint, and soft tissue problems that interfere with the function you desire and the independence you deserve. Dr. Terebuh has been in practice for two decades and rather than masking the symptom of pain with medication, his regenerative approach enhances your body’s natural ability to heal itself. Our guiding principle is doing what is right for you in a conscientious manner and we are very motivated to help you become fully functional, independent and satisfied.
We want you to understand everything you can about the musculoskeletal condition you’re trying to resolve. Education is an important cornerstone of our practice. We recognize that it is unfair to ask you to make treatment decisions if you haven’t been fully explained all of your options in an understandable manner. This web site is a reflection of our commitment to helping patients learn about their musculoskeletal conditions. During your office consultation even more specific educational information is provided in a customized fashion relative to your particular circumstance.
At the Regenerative Spine & Joint Center Dr. Terebuh has assembled a staff of like-minded individuals who share the same philosophy of combining the cutting edge high technology care of regenerative medicine with old fashion good manners like respect, sincerity, integrity, and the important awareness that your time, resources and trust are very valuable. As medical groups and hospital systems grow larger, the care provided inevitably becomes less personal. That is why we are respectful and follow through when we say we’ll do something. We genuinely believe that these are common courtesies to which every person is entitled.
Physical Medicine Volunteer Faculty – OSU-Oakhill Family Practice Residency Program (2002 – 2011)
Chief Resident – Department of PM&R, Ohio State University (1996 – 1997)
Sports Medicine Journal Club Coordinator – Department of PM&R, Ohio State University (1995-1996)
Ernest W. Johnson, M.D. Academic Achievement Award – Ohio State University (1997)
Roy Treuhaft Musculoskeletal Award – Medical College of Ohio (1993)
Eleanor Coghlin Award for Excellence in PM&R – Medical College of Ohio (1993)
Chapter Author (Functional Capacity Evaluations) in OCCUPATIONAL LOW BACK PAIN AGGRESSIVE NONSURGICAL CARE; CRC Press LLC, 1999
Chapter Author (The Use of Modalities in Occupational Low Back Pain) in OCCUPATIONAL LOW BACK PAIN, AGGRESSIVE NONSURGICAL CARE; CRC Press LLC, 1999
Chapter Author (The Electrodiagnostic Consultation Including EMG Examination) in PRACTICAL ELECTROMYOGRAPHY, Third Edition, Ernest W. Johnson, M.D., editor; Williams & Wilkins, 1997
Chapter Author (Sensory and Mixed Nerve Conduction Studies in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) in CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, Ernest W. Johnson, M.D., editor; WB Saunders; August, 1997
Book Review: Neurology in Clinical Practice, Principals of Diagnosis and Management, second edition, Walter G. Bradley, D.M., F.R.C.P., et al; Review published in American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Vol. 75, July/August 1996, No. 4