Appointments at the INR
Consultation and treatment are by appointment only. Phone or in-office consultations may be scheduled by calling the INR at +1 (561) 353-9707, Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 6 PM Eastern Time.
Referrals to the INR
The INR welcomes referrals from neurologists, geriatricians, internists, family physicians, other health care providers, or family members of patients with selected neuroinflammatory disorders. Please note: INR medical providers utilize etanercept for a limited number of off-label indications. INR medical staff do not use etanercept for treating Parkinson’s disease, brain tumor, or carpal tunnel syndrome. Individual treatment recommendations are only made following medical evaluation, including history, physical examination, and review of imaging studies.
The INR welcomes telephone inquiries from physicians and family members. In particular, the INR encourages telephone inquiry and discussion with an INR medical provider for those patients referred from locations at a geographic distance from Boca Raton, Florida, prior to appointment scheduling. This is recommended especially for those patients who will be flying across country or from overseas for treatment at the INR, due to the special nature of the services provided at the INR, and the unique experience which the INR has performing anti-TNF treatment for neurological disorders.
INR Scientific Background
The INR’s scientific findings have been published in multiple, peer-reviewed medical articles, including articles published in the journals Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, CNS Drugs, BMC Neurology, Current Alzheimer Research, Clinical Therapeutics, Drug Discovery Today, and Current Medical Research and Opinion. There have been citations to INR publications by hundreds of academic scientists from around the world, including in Nature Clinical Practice Neurology and F1000 Biology.
Edward Tobinick, MD, founder of the INR, has presented his scientific findings regarding the effects of etanercept for neurological disorders at multiple U.S. and international medical and scientific conferences, including the Karolinska Institute in Sweden; the 2008 Drug Repositioning Summit in Boston; the International Conference on Alzheimer’s Diseasein Chicago; the 7th Annual Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Conference in New York; the 2008 Best Practices in the Continuum of Care: Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease Management conference at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas; and, in 2009, the 3rd International Restauracion Neurologica Conference in Havana, Cuba, the World Pharmaceutical Congress in Philadelphia and the 5th Modern Drug Discovery Conference in San Diego. Dr. Tobinick has performed collaborative research with scientists from Stanford University School of Medicine and additional academic centers.
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