About Us

The Institute for Florida Pain Specialist

Dr. Travis Randall von Tobel, MD MA

Dr. von Tobel will help you today!

​I'm a double board certified interventional sports, spine, & pain management physician with traumatic brain injury training and a masters in nutrition. I believe in  comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to your pain. I can help you.

Ask about Regenerative Medicine and Oxygen Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injuries.

A life without pain is possible, through a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to pain management. The onus of responsibility is placed on the patient to address their unique health care needs. For example, health disorders like diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, and or BMI (body mass index), all contribute to the patient's pain.

Accountability is the key to compliance in healthcare. We want to provide health, sports, spine rehabilitation, and interventional pain management, to each patient. Care that is superior to all the competition. The key and the difference is communication and the art of communication. We will communicate with each and every member of the healthcare team as well as our patients and their support network.

 

We believe in finding a problem, fix a problem mentality. We do not want to mask a problem nor creating a new problem.

Opiate abuse is at an all-time high, and as we are not scared of prescribing we demand careful meticulous monitoring.

50% of chronic pain management patients suffer from depression, The question is what comes first? Are you ready to get on the team? Are you ready to improve your quality of life? 

 

I look forward to working with each and every one of you, improving your quality of life with regards to pain.

Comments & Testimonals

All Feedback is appreciated as our goal is to communicate better every day to each patient.

Travis Randall von Tobel ,MD MA
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Darlene Mary von Tobel, ARNP
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Timothy Sharpe, PA
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Humanitarian Work

Clerk shot twice in head making 'miraculous' recovery​  January 26, 2017

This video document the first two weeks at Good Samaritan Hospital in Jimani (Dominican Republic) immediately after the Haiti Earthquake. It also tells the story of Eric Louis, a patient who suffered a critical burn and was rescued from Port Au Prince, taken for treatment in Jimani, and eventually evacuated to the USS Comfort (a Navy Medical Ship) and then to the United States for critical burn care.

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Unity Games Medical Mission to Haiti day 6 and 14 after the earthquake in 2009

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Unity Haiti Misson 2: Photo Documentation 

Good Samaritian Hospital in Jimani

This video document the first two weeks at Good Samaritan Hospital in Jimani (Dominican Republic) immediately after the Haiti Earthquake. It also tells the story of Eric Louis, a patient who suffered a critical burn and was rescued from Port Au Prince, taken for treatment in Jimani, and eventually evacuated to the USS Comfort (a Navy Medical Ship) and then to the United States for critical burn care.