Institute of Neurological Recovery
2300 Glades Road, Suite 305E
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: +1 (561) 353-9707
Fax: +1 (561) 372-7874
The office is centrally located at the southeast corner of Glades and Butts Road, just east of the Boca Town Center Mall, one half mile west of I-95 (Exit 45 Glades Road). The office is in the East Tower of the Glades Twin Towers, adjacent to the Legacy Bank building.
From I-95: take Exit 45 Glades Road (West), make a U-Turn at the Butts Road intersection, directly after the gas station, make the first possible right into our parking lot at 2300 Glades Twin Plaza. We are located in Suite 305E on the third floor of the East tower. (The West tower is a Legacy Bank.)
From the Florida Turnpike: take Exit 75 Glades Road (East), after the Butts Road intersection, directly after the gas station, make the first possible right into our parking lot at 2300 Glades Twin Plaza. We are located in Suite 305E on the third floor of the East tower. (The West tower is a Legacy Bank.)
Links for further Information regarding Edward Tobinick MD and PSE
- News story 1: The Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) cover story regarding several patients treated at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, Florida with perispinal etanercept following stroke, by Nicole Brochu, entitled “Boca doctor gives stroke survivors new shot at mobility, independence”.
- News story 2: The Daily Dunklin Democrat story about two friends from the same Missouri town who each improved after perispinal etanercept treatment, entitled “Neighbors: Local women talk stroke recovery”.
- News story 3: “Sunday Night” (Australia) National News Story, “The New Stroke Treatment That’s Changing Lives“.
- Google Scholar citations to the scientific publications of INR physicians.
- PSE for Traumatic Brain Injury. Tobinick E, Rodriguez H, Kinssies R, Kim N. Chapter 7, pp.109-29, in New Therapeutics for Traumatic Brain Injury, KA Heidenreich, editor. Academic Press. 2017. (LINK).
- Perispinal Delivery of CNS Drugs. Edward Tobinick MD. CNS Drugs. 2016;30(6):469-80. (full-text PDF).
- Treatment of traumatic brain injury with anti-inflammatory drugs. Bergold Peter J. Experimental Neurology 275 (Pt 3) (2016) 367-380.
- A Neurologist’s Guide to TNF Biology .... Ian Clark and B Vissel. Neural Plasticity. 2015;358263. (full-text PDF).
- PSE for Post-Stroke Neurological and Cognitive Dysfunction: Scientific Rationale and Current Evidence. Ignatowski T, Spengler R, Dhandapani K, Folkersma H, et al. CNS Drugs. 2014;28(8):679-87. (full text PDF).
- Immediate neurological recovery following PSE years after brain injury. Tobinick E, Rodriguez-Romanacce H, Levine A, Ignatowski TA, Spengler RN. Clin Drug Investig, 2014;34(5):361-6.
- Studies of selective TNF inhibitors in the treatment of brain injury from stroke and trauma: a review of evidence to date. Tuttolomondo A, Pecoraro R, Pinto A. Drug Design, Development and Therapy. 2014;8:2221-2239. (full text PDF).
- Selective TNF Inhibition for Chronic Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury : An Observational Study Involving 629 Consecutive Patients….Tobinick E, KIm N, Reyzin G, Rodriguez H, and Depuy V. CNS Drugs. 2012;26(12):1051-70.
- Rapid improvement of chronic stroke deficits after PSE: three consecutive cases. Edward Tobinick MD. CNS Drugs. 2011 Feb 1; 25(2):145-155.
- Edward Tobinick on Linkedin.
- Edward Tobinick Scientific Biography.
- Edward Tobinick MD Curriculum Vitae as of August 2016.