Kurt Warner among ex-pros backing new concussion treatment that aims to prevent CTE
When quarterback Kurt Warner suffered a torn ligament in his left arm during the 2007 season, the Cardinals athletic training and medical staff rigged up a brace that allowed Warner to function and play the following week.
But two years later, there wasn't that much that same staff could do for Warner after he suffered a concussion against the Rams and missed the following week.
The only remedy was rest.
The idea that there was treatment for an elbow injury - or an ankle, knee, hip, etc. -- and not one for a brain injury always struck Warner as odd, perhaps even ironic.
That's part of what... read more
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