Todd J. Molnar, MD, was raised in the San Fernando Valley and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Southern California.
He then attended the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Molnar went to Stanford University for a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation, the specialty in which he is currently board-certified. For more advanced training in sports medicine, he completed a fellowship in San Diego, which included experience with the San Diego Chargers, USA Olympic Volleyball Team, and San Diego State's Athletic Medicine Department.
With a wealth of sports medicine experience and a unique talent for nonsurgical treatment of orthopedic injuries, he joined Southern California Orthopedic Institute in 1988.
He performs electrodiagnostic testing, a method to evaluate nerve and muscle disorders. In addition, Dr. Molnar also remains current with sports and orthopedic research through publishing articles and lecturing throughout the world.
Dr. Molnar's philosophy is to return patients to their highest level of performance, and he practices what he preaches. He enjoys cycling, swimming, running, tennis, sailing, skiing, and scuba diving.
He is married with three sons.