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The fact that this ultra-violent, deadly kind of sport is that popular in the US says a lot about the people. It always reminds me of the gladiator fights in Ancient Rome. The perverse lust in this fighting and killing, doesn't even seem human to me anymore.
You really have to grow up watching football in order to enjoy watching young healthy men who get injured during every training. Otherwise you can’t stomach this sport, it’s too gruesome to enjoy any of it. I hope one day enough people will be aware of traumatic brain injury and think about whether they would want their children to participate
Look up Preston Plevretes, a second-impact syndrome survivor. His story is very emotional.
Has someone who suffered a TBI in a similar way. But I landed on concrete. I was awake and conscious. But my brain wasn’t fully aware on what was happening. Nor, do I remember what was happening during that time. Just prior to the injury..
Even if he's not dead & he continues playing. Unfortunately dude will have dementia, Alzheimer & possibly schizophrenia at 25 years old😓
Brother is back playing this week……… :(
How is this a clear sign of head trauma Brian??? Very very high chance of spinal injury
He does not fall backwards he is manhandled and drove into the ground
This whole sport is ridiculous. It’s all $$. He will be a vegetable one day and everyone will say “oh” and move on. It’s not worth it Tua
I have a cousin who passed almost 9 years ago at the age of 16 due to 2nd impact syndrome.. scary stuff
I'm hearing that his traumatic brain injury may have caused him to have a permanent brain injury in the frontal lobe area
Just like a true doc. He wont say it sould be from v@(
Professional sport is a big money business and is obviously results based, but this kind of stuff is really needs to be taken seriously. The top level rugby league competition in Australia has put in rules and regulations, and teams/players are starting to treat these cases with more care. Some players have even taken the rest of a season off after suffering multiple concussions in quick succession, and in some cases players have even retired once they start seeing even the slightest effects of CTE. Will the occasional instance slip through when teams want their best players on the field? sure, i dont think that will ever be 100% stopped, but i think everyone involved needs to take this more seriously. This includes players putting their egos aside and thinking about their future quality of life
The hard artificial turf needs to be outlawed in football. We need this to be softer earth.
He should reconsider playing football and, apply into a different role for Miami as a staff support offensive line coach after he makes a full recovery for his health's safety.
Thanks for posting this Doc. Love the combo of your medical knowledge, wisdom, and heartfelt concern.
Years ago I had a small side skull fracture and concussion from a fall. I was knocked out for about 10 mins. Taken to the hospital ect and spent days for tests. The first week or so I really didn't feel pain. It was weeks later that I started getting nausea and dizzy spells. I would say for a year I had effects from that fall.
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