Second Chance to Live Interviewed by ABC Radio KGO AM 810 San Francisco
Posted by Second Chance to Live on March 19, 2009
Earlier today, March 18, 2009 , I was contacted by Steve Williams of ABC Radio San Francisco KGO AM 810. Mr. Williams asked me to be part of an upcoming program scheduled to take place later in the day. I agreed and at 5:20 this afternoon I was interviewed by Gil Gross on KGO AM 810.
The program surrounded the tragic accident and now death of Natasha Richardson and the topic of traumatic brain injury.
Gil Gross interviewed me during the 16 to 20 minute segment of the hour long program. A link to that interview is here.
Below is the hour long program summary
Gil Gross March 18, 2009 Hour # 1
TBI – Traumatic Brain Injury: Implications and Prognosis Actress Natasha Richardson passed away today after suffering a serious brain injury, the end result of a seemingly minor skiing accident in Canada on Monday. Guests: Dr. Richard Senelick, a neurologist who specializes in Neurorehabilitation ; Craig J. Phillips, TBI survivor and author of Blog “Second Chance To Live” ; Marty Foil, Executive Director of Hind’s Feet Farm, a brain injury rehab facility.
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