At its core, regenerative medicine is pretty simple. This gift from God uses minimal invasive procedures along with a patient’s own body to heal that person. How do we know? Dr. Tolbert tried it on herself.
After more than 20 years of operating a state-of-the-art medical facility in Encino and healing hundreds of patients from their chronic pain, we are pleased to announce that the Tolbert Center for Rehabilitation and Wellness will be opening a second office in Beverly Hills in July.
Glenna Tolbert, M.D., Class of 1989, received the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Outstanding Tutor Award in Honor of Carol M. Newton, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Tolbert received the award in recognition of the exceptional quality of her teaching in the Problem-Based Learning component of the Human Biology and Disease medical education curriculum in 2016-2017.
If all you know about seizures and epilepsy comes from movies, chances are you picture a person shaking violently and foaming at the mouth after seeing too many flashing lights. While that’s one of the faces of epilepsy, the seizure disorder doesn’t always look that way.
Over the last 20 years as a licensed medical doctor and surgeon specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation, Dr. Tolbert has cared for a countless number of patients who have suffered pain due to unimaginable tragedy—surgical complications, gunshot wounds to the head, rape, spine trauma, cancer—and our Center has seen amazing results when regenerative injection therapies are added to traditional methods for treating pain.