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Friday, February 4, 2011

Sport Related Head Injury

This has got to hurt!
Super Bowl is just days away and I am as big a fan an ANYONE (see my blog sidebar for evidence!) but I do admit that as a neurosurgeon, I find it increasingly difficult to watch the players heads bounce off the ground with resultant concussions or worse.  I recently presented an educational radio program for my community that I thought I would share.  No cool pictures-just me talking!
Aaron Rodgers "New" helmut (after several concussions)


  1. http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/01/31/110131fa_fact_mcgrath

    ...you'll probably find this interesting. I did in light of watching this season with it's unprecedented amount of injuries.


  2. Thanks for the reference-glad you are reading this from time to time!

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