BBC and London Press
Report on treatment of Andrew Marr by Dr. Tobinick, January 21, 2017:
“Marr’s mini miracle: After a stroke left him partially paralysed, Andrew Marr feared he’d never walk normally again. Then a US doctor turned him upside-down – and, as he movingly reveals, it’s sent his spirits soaring.”
Andrew Marr at the INR in Boca Raton, Florida:
“We started pursuing this story because there are thousands of Australian stroke survivors desperate to regain their independence. There’s a stroke in Australia every ten minutes. One in six of us will have one. That’s a lot of people left with often permanent disability – about half a million Australians so far and climbing….
An American clinic, the Institute of Neurological Recovery, has been … reversing the effects of stroke in varying degrees for hundreds of patients.” Click here to read the full story.
“A Matter of Minutes”
Sunday Night ABC National News in Australia, feature story about the Institute of Neurological Recovery Stroke Treatment.
60 Minutes Australia “Reverse Stroke”
Extra Minutes: Extended Interview
April 23, 2014 Feature story, Reporter: Michael Usher
“Local women talk stroke recovery”
Photo by Michelle Raspberry, special to the Daily Dunlin Democrat, February 17, 2013: The newspaper story about two women from the same Missouri town treated at the INR PLLC in Boca Raton, begins: “Jan Sanders, left, and Mary Jean Moore, right, recently shared stories about their life changing procedure that is helping them in their recovery from strokes.”
June 26, 2015: “Family campaigns for stroke treatment in Australia”, reporter Meghan Harris for The Chronicle:
“Last year Mr Shepherd and his family flew to Los Angeles to undergo a revolutionary reverse stroke treatment … “.
June 11, 2013: “The road back”, State Gazette: