My name is Kurt Rotzinger. In 2003, I suffered a stroke. Since then I have picked up a love for painting. After with my wife’s passing, July of 2007, I now find myself painting...
On July 2, 2005, Betty Santohigashi enjoyed a day that those of us fortunate enough to live in San Diego, take for granted. She joined a few friends at La Jolla Shores for her...
Justin Matsuura, OD
Detailed bio coming soon… Developmental Optometrist, San Diego Center for Vision Care Optometry Clinical Director, Myopia Management Clinic at the San Diego Center for Vision Care Optometry Adjunct Faculty, Southern California College of Optometry...
Mark McDonough, Ph.D.
Dr. McDonough has focused on neuropsychological testing of children and adults, toxicity, traumatic brain injury, and psychological assessments.
Heidi Lerner is a survivor of a severe Traumatic Brain Injury. This marks 25 years since her injury. She has lived half of her life learning to cope with her condition and it’s inherent...
Because of a childhood disability causing her to be a “patient,” Patsy entered the health care professions. She also survived a head-on collision and TBI while in college “the first time.” Since, she has...
Barbara Welsh-Osga, Ph.D.
Dr Barbara Welsh-Osga is a clinical psychologist who specializes in treating issues related to neuro-rehabilitation and behavioral medicine.
Rachel Speir started volunteering with SDBIF as a junior in high school. She instantly fell in love with the determination, inspiration and supportiveness of the brain injury community.
Dr. Anthony Zaccaglin is a former doctor, current author and high-functioning traumatic brain injury survivor that now serves as a liaison to help brain injury clients better understand both the medical and legal processes.