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The Tolbert Center is the No. 1 PRP, prolotherapy and stem cell doctor experts turn to when people need to get back to staying active and feeling fabulous

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The big problem with treating chronic pain

The big problem

Over the years, because of a number of reasons, medicine has been lulled into submission.

For most traditional hospitals, practicing medicine has become more about checking off boxes on the computer and shuffling authorization forms than about providing quality health care. Oftentimes, if the treatment is not authorized by the health plan, it is not offered or even mentioned.

The result: As a patient, you may be unaware of the latest medical advances that are available to you.

We go the extra mile for you

We go the extra mile for you

In our view, we, as doctors, owe it to you as a patient, ourselves and society to create, innovate and dream big.

After all, we are scientists, not technicians. And we know that the art of diagnosis is more than just making decisions solely based on X-ray or an MRI.

We also know that, despite the increase in surgeries that take place throughout the country every day, there is a rise in pain medications and painkiller use.

A focus on hope and healing

Focus on hope and healing

That is why we challenge each other at the Tolbert Center to be bold when someone might have an idea that might save a patient’s life.

We also challenge each other to “step outside the box” when traditional approaches to medicine fail and our “non-traditional” treatments may actually heal someone.

Conditions and disabilities we treat

Neck Pain

Neck pain may be caused by compression or irritation of bundles of nerves in the spine. Between 1% and 5% of people will get this type of neck pain. Men get it more often than women.

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Shoulder Pain

Rotator cuff injuries are a common cause of chronic pain and injury among many adults. Without proper treatment, this type of injury could cause weakness in the shoulder and issues with many daily activities.

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Elbow Pain

Lateral epicondylosis, often referred to as “tennis elbow,” is a common painful condition that affects the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow. Although this condition is often referred to as “tennis elbow,” only 5% of cases actually result from racquet sports.

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Hip Pain

Patients who have hip osteoarthritis have problems walking. Diagnosis can be difficult at first. While the causes are unknown, factors that may contribute include joint injury, increasing age and being overweight.

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Lower Back Pain

You may know Darren Kavinoky as an award-winning criminal defense attorney, founder of 1-800-NO-CUFFS and host of hit TV show “Deadly Sins” on Investigation Discovery. You might not know that, just a little while ago, Kavinoky was suffering from excruciating lower back pain.

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Hand and Wrist Pain

Do your fingers hurt when you try to open a jar? Hand osteoarthritis could be to blame. The most common symptoms are pain and stiffness. Hand and wrist pain can cause other problems too.

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Knee Pain

“I sustained an injury to my left knee some years back. Before being treated at the Tolbert Center, I was experiencing a lot of pain, swelling and general discomfort. I tried physical therapy on my knee, ice and cold compacts, Tylenol Extra Strength, and it didn’t help. ”

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Sports Injuries

Sports injuries can happen to anyone. Most people have experienced minor injuries, such as an ankle sprain or a pulled muscle. Some injuries, such as tennis elbow, are due to overuse. Others, such as a concussion, are due to trauma.

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Procedures we use

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Surgery, physical therapy and cortisone injections are the most common treatments to treat shoulder tendon and muscle injuries. However, we have seen evidence that PRP can be much more effective, not only in treating the rotator cuff, but also in healing the patient’s pain.

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“After only a series of three prolotherapy treatments, the pain started to go away, the swelling and disfiguring of my knee went down, and I began to be able to move around without pain or cracking noises.”

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Stem Cell Injections

Researchers suggest that stem cell injections have the potential to regenerate lost cartilage, stop and reverse cartilage degeneration, provide pain relief and improve patient mobility. In fact, there are more than 60 clinical trials underway throughout the world on stem cells and arthritis.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy

We provide hormone replacement therapy to help solve hormone imbalances in both women and men. Your hormones are one of the most important regulatory systems that exist in your body.

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