Our warm, friendly and knowledgeable staff stands ready to get you started on the road to better health. Each staff member is fully dedicated to serving our patients here at Allcare Medical and Injury.
Though regular weekly trainings and attending specialized seminars the staff at Allcare Medical and Injury is committed to staying up to date on the skills and procedures to provide you with the best service.
Graduating from medical school in 1992, Dr. Omar Garcia has been in practice over 27 years. As Medical Director for Allcare Medical & Injury he is excited to be working in a multidisciplinary environment where conservative methods for acute and chronic conditions are offered. Furthermore, Dr. Garcia has completed extensive training specializing in weight loss, hormone replacement, and men’s health issues.
With a stronghold on occupational medicine, Dr. Garcia has the experience and understanding to help with a patient’s symptoms many times arising from acute injuries or chronic arthritic conditions that now affects a patient’s life and keeps them from achieving their set health goals.
Over the years Dr. Garcia has devoted himself to the art of aesthetic care. Having an eye for perfection and a very gentle injection approach for maximum patient comfort, he has helped many patients look and feel naturally beautiful. So by utilizing multiple kinds of aesthetic treatments, he has also helped patients move to a more natural look that simply turns the clock back without making the patient look or feel unnatural.
Dr. Tobenas completed his undergraduate degree at Florida International University with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science. He then attended Life University's College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia, and earned his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. He has been in practice since 2005 and is currently the Director of Patient Education and Rehab for Allcare Medical & Injury. He has over 14 years of experience treating patients suffering with acute injuries of auto accidents as well as chronic arthritic conditions that cause the patient daily pain. Whether you are young or old, Dr. Tobenas is ready to help you.
During his enrollment at Life University he began to learn about the Gonstead System where he quickly learned the biomechanics of the spine and body that are based on mechanical principles and how the Gonstead System provides scientific results and true corrections.
While at Palmer College of Chiropractic West he served as President of the Gonstead Study Club. As president, not only did he help manage but also taught the analysis class where chiropractic students learned the intricacies of the human spine and how to thoroughly analyze the vertebral column. Dr. Tobenas also found time to aid in the education of the college's Gonstead Elective where many students would come for guidance on many aspects of this technique including proper patient case management.
He is a current member of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society and lectures throughout Central Florida about the cause and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries and is always researching new developments to help patients recover more quickly and achieve best results.
Always looking to better serve his patients, he has put together a complete multidisciplinary team to create a patient centered facility that helps each patient achieve a happier, healthier, and pain free life.
Dr. Tobenas currently resides in Lake Mary with his wife, Jennifer, and his 3 wonderful boys. When not at the office, you can find Dr. Tobenas enjoying golf, sailing, riding his bicycle, exercising, or just spending quality time with his family.
Cynthia Mills, PA-C has been a paramedic since 1993 dedicating her medical career to help others when they absolutely needed it the most. As a paramedic, she provided fast life support medical care in emergency situations to help others. In the past, she has taken on a leadership role as a paramedic shift commander overseeing and managing for proper operations and safety.
Now, by teaming up with Allcare Medical and Injury as a Physician Assistant, she is able to help her patients in a different way. She now helps patients achieve a better quality of life, live life to their fullest, and help them engage physically in things that once thought impossible due to their symptoms. She is rescuing lives but in a different way. With a calm demeanor and a steady hand, she is ready to help a patient not only feel better but start living life once again.