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Peyton Manning WBCB Interview Eagles Football Report

St Mary Reese Football Report

Shah Scrubs SmallBy Nirav K. Shah, MD, FACS

It's no secret to my family, my patients, or fellow Eagles fans, that I'm a huge football fan. I'm also a neurosurgeon with a special interest in concussions and football injuries. That's why I'm pleased to be a regular guest on WBCB's Pro Football Report with Merrill Reese.

It provides an opportunity to reach a large audience of Eagles fans like me and give medical insights into what football injury reports actually mean as well as to discuss spine and brain issues related to regular fans like myself..

In this recent interview with Merril he asked me to talk about the health challenges faced by Peyton Manning in the leadup to Superbowl 50. In the response, I try to explain a little about the effectiveness of current treatments, along with the importance of not returning to play too early. Unfortunately, the answer is that we really can't do very much at all. In this short clip from the Eagles Football Report, I explain why. Listen to the podcast below.

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