The Lindsay Wurtenberg Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Foundation was formed in honor of Lindsay Wurtenberg. She was diagnosed with RSD, also known as Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome in December, 2003, after being bit by a brown recluse spider. Lindsay received the ketamine coma treatment in Saarbrucken, Germany in June, 2004. That was financially possible due to the kindness and generosity of friends, family, and strangers. In the spirit of paying it forward, Lindsay wanted to be able to help other RSD patients who needed financial assistance for their treatments. Because Lindsay found emotional relief through art, the Foundation also provides small art scholarships to graduating Seniors from her Alma Mater, Kingsway Regional High School, in Woolwich, New Jersey. It has been our honor to help others by giving what we can. We would appreciate any donation you would be able to make. Please keep us in mind when you are looking for a Non-profit to donate to. Thank you for taking the time to consider us, and please keep those who suffer from RSD in your prayers. God bless!