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Will the Patriots play another Super Bowl without Gronk?

Providence Journal—January 22, 2018

Providence Journal featured HSS neurologist Erin E. Manning, MD in an article about New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski's recent concussion that occurred during the 2018 AFC Championship Game.

Dr. Manning, who did not treat Gronkowski, said it is likely he can recover in time for the Super Bowl, which is two weeks away.

"The minimum [recovery time] is five days," Dr. Manning noted. However, she explained that most people need seven days or more.

"The next few days will tell. If you see him at practice in a few days, and running, that’s a good sign."

Read the full article at providencejournal.com. This article also appeared in the January 23, 2018 print issue.

Additional Coverage:

  • The Union Leader: Doctors bet Gronkowski will be ready. This appeared in the January 24, 2018 print issue.

 

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