Independent Neurologist for the New York Giants on Concussion Consequences

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistOctober 9, 2013

As the speed and intensity of the game have increased, the health and safety of players have moved closer and closer to the forefront for the NFL over the years.

Dr. Teena Shetty, neurologist at Hospital for Special Surgery and independent neurologist for the New York Giants, discussed the issue with Bleacher Report.

Check out the video, where Dr. Shetty talks about what players experience when they sustain a concussion, the proper course of treatment and rest after head trauma, and the possible long-term consequences.

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