The Life of Dr. Stompro

 
Brett Stompro

Brett with his Wife and Family

Brett married his junior high school sweetheart, Janice, in 1983 and they have three children.

Brett Stompro Coach

Coach Stompro: Linebackers and Quarterbacks

Coach Stompro’s love and dedication to inspiring young athletes is helping them to accomplish their goals.

Brett Stompro Plastic Surgeon

Brett Stompro, M.D., Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

The Art of Beauty - Body sculpting – Breast reshaping – Facial rejuvenation – Skin revitalization

Brett Stompro: My Website

I appreciate you taking the time to visit me in the online world.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

At my office...

At my office, we spend time “educating” the patient on what surgical and nonsurgical procedures that they could benefit from.  Call into the office and talk with one of our medispa specialists and see if you would benefit from Botox/Dysport to relax those stubborn muscles between your eyebrows or the wrinkles at the corners of your eyes called “crowsfeet”.  Also, a filler like Juvederm/Restylane/Perlane may help you in filling in the lines that get deep going from the corners of your nose to the edge of your mouth.  These treatments can really keep the wrinkles at bay. Call to schedule your appointment today: 925-736-0401 or visit us online at www.plasticsurgery1.com

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Grizzlies Football Update


The California High School Grizzlies did a great job last Friday night defeating Monte Vista.  Coach Bellecci has really taken this team to the next level .  Keep up the good work boys!

Thursday, September 26, 2013

My Wife...

"My wife, Janice, and I are quickly approaching our 40 year anniversary of going steady. I can’t believe it has gone by so fast. I asked her to go steady in 1974 and we have been together ever since. Lucky me!


Dr. Brett Stompro and Janice Stompro

We have lots of great memories but are wondering if anyone out there has any memories they want to share with us. Looking forward to hearing about some!"

Friday, September 20, 2013

Brett Stompro-Linebackers/Quarterbacks Coach


Brett Stompro
Linebackers/Quarterbacks Coach


Coach Stompro
"We are ready for another great season"

"Coach Stompro returns for his 7th season as a Cal football coach and his fifth year on varsity.

Dr. Stompro was the Quarterback for San Leandro High School. After graduating in 1979, he continued 
playing football for the University of California-Davis where he received a degree in Biochemistry.

He attended University of California-San Diego where he received a degree as a Medical Doctor. Coach is 
self-employed at Aesthetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Wife of 30 years, Janice, sons Stone and Bo, 
and daughter Sia all support his coaching endeavors." -Written by Cal High Football:
 
 
 
 
 
 
We love to see our fans come out and support our team. Check out this seasons schedule:
 
 
Feel free to comment on these questions:
 
1. Do you have a favorite NFL memory? If so, what is it?
 
2. Have you ever met an NFL player? If so, who? Was is a good experience?
 
3. Where were you for the last NFL Super Bowl? What team did you want to win - and did they?
 
4. Do you have a favorite football recipe for my wife Janice's Cookbook, Recipes for Research, a non-profit Breast Cancer Research foundation.
 
Check out my Medical Blog site: www.BrettStomproMD.com

Friday, March 22, 2013

Dr. Quarterback Sculpts Success in Two Fields

Check out the Article Below:


Every morning plastic surgeon Brett Stompro begins his day at his Danville office with thoughts of tummy tucks, eyebrow lifts, and the ever-popular rhinoplasties.

By mid-afternoons in the fall he’s concentrating on three-step drops, cover-two zones and pulling guards as an assistant varsity football coach at California High School in San Ramon.

“It’s easy to switch gears,” Dr. Stompro says. “It’s two different worlds. Ninety-eight percent of my patients are women and are treated with loads of TLC. In the afternoons…well let’s just say that young men need to know you mean business.”

Dr. Stompro opened his doors in Blackhawk Medical Center in 1994 and started to work for the Cal High football program in 2006. In at least one instance, the two different worlds crossed. “The mother of one of my players had been in my care. After practice one day she said to her son, ‘I see Dr. Stompro is one of your coaches, isn’t he nice?’ The player said, ‘No, he’s not nice…and he cusses, too.’”

Before entering medicine, Stompro’s career as a star quarterback for San Leandro High School earned him a high school hall of fame designation and numerous awards. He also earned two varsity letters as the centerfielder for the San Leandro baseball team.

“Coaching satisfies my competitive thirst,” he says. “It’s as close as you can get to playing. Every achievement I’ve had has been the result of hard work and not accepting failure.

“I got into plastic surgery and coaching for similar reasons. I love helping people be everything they can be and seeing them achieve their dreams.”

Dr. Stompro’s duties at Cal include coaching the quarterbacks, the linebackers and special teams. “Our quarterbacks have done well,” Stompro says. “We may not have some of the gifted passers that Monte Vista and San Ramon have, but we’re efficient. Our quarterback ratings are among the highest in the East Bay, and our touchdown to interception ratio is consistently one of the best in the region. That measure is the number one predictor of success as an offense. Coach (Eric) Billeci’s play calling has also been great.”

Dr. Stompro clearly takes pride in all his work. He got into plastic surgery because it merged his interest in medicine with a talent he has for sculpting. “It was like combining my vocation and my avocation,” he said.

The results in plastic surgery are often striking, as are those he achieves with young men. “I love taking a player who may not have played much as a freshman, and work with him within and outside practice to hone his skills and make him successful.”

Future Cal High star quarterback Drew Reil was relegated to playing in the “fifth quarter” of frosh games in 2007 after the scoreboard was turned off. With Dr. Stompro’s help, by the time Reil was a senior in 2010 he led Cal to a 12-2 record, breaking records along the way.

The schedule Dr. Stompro keeps every week this fall is daunting. He greets patients at about 7 a.m. and mixes surgical procedures with office work depending on the day. He leaves for Cal at 2:30 p.m. and is on the field for practice from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Thursdays the team has a dinner that runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., and on Fridays games and post-game analysis can run past midnight. Finally they return to host the weekly Sunday night coaches’ game planning dinner.

“I’m a lucky guy,” says Dr. Stompro. “In my medical school yearbook I said I wanted to be a plastic surgeon, coach football and live on a golf course. I got two out of three.” And as the saying goes, two out of three ain’t bad.

Article found in: Alive East Bay December 2012 Issue.