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Loris Karius Concussion Latest Example of How Effects Aren’t Always Visible

Inverse—June 5, 2018

Inverse featured Warren K. Young, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, in an article about Liverpool’s goalkeeper Lorius Karius’ recent concussion. According to the article, Karius was examined for a concussion a week after the injury took place.

Dr. Young, who did not treat Karius, noted that when it comes to concussions, it’s always better to err on the side of caution.

"The player should be fully evaluated. Best practices should include a full neurological exam, which can take 10 minutes to do complete," said Dr. Young.

Read the full article at inverse.com.

 

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