Timothy W. Tollestrup, M.D., one of four Peripheral Surgeons in United States, graduated from the University of Utah’s School of Medicine. Prior to this, Dr. Tollestrup also received a Master’s in Public Health from the same institution. In the years following medical school, he went on to complete his residency training in general and trauma surgery at Saint Louis University Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. After garnering an additional year of experience practicing as a trauma surgeon, He furthered his surgical training as a fellow for one year at the Dellon Institute for Peripheral Nerve Surgery.
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