David L. White, Chief Executive Officer

David brings many years of successful leadership and team building to Concussion Centers USA, Inc. He has held positions as CEO, President, Director of Operations, General Manager, Business Coach, Area Director and Regional Sales Manager.

Spending many years in automotive, dental and third party logistics industries, his passion is the safety of youth sports.  His belief is patients and customers should be treated like a "GUEST" in his home.

David's other passion is coaching kids. He has several years of coaching children age 5-12 in basketball, football, soccer, and baseball. David is passionate about helping children achieve their best through sports and team building.

As the CEO David oversees the quality of patient care, technology sourcing, team building, and overall success of everyone on the team.  David believes an organization is only as good as the people it employs and the culture they create.

David Rose, Chief Operating Officer

David Rose, Indianapolis native, Mr Rose has extensive background in Sales, Marketing, Management and Entrepreneurial Businesses and Ventures.

Mr. Rose has owned, operated and managed Automobile Dealerships in Indiana, and a Luxury Rental Car Facility in Siesta Key, Florida. His background includes being VP of Entertainment, and New Business Development for The American Basketball Association, and traveled the country creating new alliances to promote and market the ABA Brand, while creating collaborative relationships to further dual initiatives.

Mr Rose has worked and volunteered philanthropically, by lending his talents to support various charities and award scholarships to enhance the lives of under privileged children.

Mr. Rose is an essential part of our creative and business development, and his vision and ability to establish multiple layers of income streams and dual marketing platforms, is only matched by his consummate professionalism, both in his business acumen and appearance!

Mr Rose will be instrumental in our introduction to Private and Public Schools, Colleges, Sports Leagues and IHSAA, and introduction to key individuals associated with both political and administrative authority to assist us in moving forward, through the red tape that sometimes is associated within this climate.

Dr. Steve Pfeifer,
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Pfeifer is a graduate of IU and Indiana School of Medicine.  Dr. Pfeifer has 25 years experience as a
physician practicing functional medicine platforms utilizing both traditional and innovative holistic treatment protocols.

Dr. Pfeifer has a extensive background and understanding of QEEG and the benefits of Neurofeedback.

Dr. Pfeifer will organize and coordinate the Concussion Center Medical Staff, raise awareness of these powerful diagnostic technologies combined with emerging targeted treatment modalities."

Robert Thatcher President/CEO
Applied Neuroscience, Inc.


University of Oregon, B.S. (Chemistry)
University of Waterloo (Waterloo, Canada), Ph.D. (Psychology, Specialty Biopsychology)


Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Post-doctoral Training (Neurobiology & Functional
New York Medical College, Post-doctoral Training (Neurophysiology & Clinical Neuroscience)

Clinical Experience:

•10,000 test reports using psychometrics and/or neuroimaging and/or electrophysiology.

•Clinical neuroscientist at the New York Medical College quantitative EEG clinic.

•Developed the first QEEG certification examination at NYU School of Medicine.

•Founded and directed the Neurometric Clinical Service at Shock Trauma, University of Maryland during which approximately 1,500 head trauma patients were evaluated.

•Patient experience includes children with learning disabilities and ADD, adults with tumors, strokes and mild and severe brain injury.

•Computerized EEG evaluator and report writer for Traumatic Brain Injured (TBI) patients as part of the Department of Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program (DVHIP).

•Responsible for training of neurology residents in clinical computerized EEG and clinical evoked potential analyses of various types of neurological disorders.

Patrick W. Mapes

Board Member
​Executive Committee

Mr. Mapes has thirty years of experience in K-12 public school education. He has served as a teacher, coach, Building level administrator, State Department Administrator and School Superintendent. He has served the Indiana High School Athletic Association for six years as a Board Member and Executive Committee member.

While serving he was elected both President of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee. His life- long passion to provide quality and safe educational opportunities for students is apparent in all of the positions that he has served.

Currently Mr. Mapes is Superintendent of Perry Township Schools in Indianapolis, Indiana. He serves over 16,000 students and over 2,000 employees. Mr. Mapes knowledge of sports and school activities makes him a valuable member of Concussion Centers USA.