If you know me, you know I’m a huge University of Texas sports fan. Because of that, I’m a huge fan of the Longhorn Network. Usually, the stories just relate to my sports passion, but in light of David Ash’s retirement from football due to his repeated concussions, the LHN ran a great piece that talked with three former UT players about their battles with concussions.
Watching it, one thing that stood out to me was something that we see in our practice (and which the science backs up), and that is, once you have had a concussion (or multiple concussions), it takes a smaller impact to re-injure the brain. Additionally, with a history of concussions, the symptoms appear to get worse.
If you have any interest in head injuries, concussions or sports, I highly recommend the story below.
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