Toril Jelter MD
Dr. Toril H. Jelter is a pediatrician and general practitioner with over 30 years of clinical experience. She was born in Oslo, Norway where she completed medical school at the University of Oslo graduating with honors. She became a licensed physician in Norway then New Jersey and later California. Dr. Jelter received her pediatric certification from the Columbia University School of Physicians and Surgeons and later became board certified. She then joined Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and St. Peters Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. Jelter has been a recipient of the AMA’s Physician Recognition Award. She has been interested in the harmful effects of radiation for over 30 years, particularly in children. Dr. Jelter has developed the “No/ Low EMR (electromagnetic radiation) Protocol” for Calming Behavior in Children with ADHD or Autism, available at the website Electronic Silent Spring. She has been involved in advocacy work to protect children from the harmful effects of non-ionizing radiation.
Currently she works with the Mount Diablo Integrative Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California offering the S.E.A.S. approach to healing.(Safe, Effective, Affordable and Scientifically based) Dr. Jelter is a member of the Collaborative on Health and the Environment, PHIREmedical.org (Physician’s Health Initiative on Radiation and the Environment) and the American Academy of Pediatrics. For more see “Health Effects of Wireless Radiation in Children” Mountain View, California 10/10/15.