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Free Concussion Treatments for Retired/Former Athletes

June 12, 2012

EXCERPTS from Press Release:

PRO BONO CONCUSSION TREATMENT PROGRAM  FOR RETIRED NFL PLAYERS AND OTHERS ANNOUNCED 

Former NFL players reveal the role of HGH and Testosterone in their successful treatment of concussion related symptoms

The P.A.S.T. Retired Athlete Medical Group that provides fully integrated medical care to retired athletes including NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB players announced today the launch of a comprehensive concussion treatment program that will be made available to all retired NFL players and other former athletes. The program is solely focused on the reduction of symptoms and restoration of quality of life.

The initial phase of the new program can be started by a player from home. The program is tailored to each specific person and utilizes a unique combination of diagnostics, advanced blood work, specialized diets, supplements, therapy, player to player support systems and in some cases hormone replacement therapy when medically indicated. The program was designed so a player could initially engage with the program from home. Some players will even have the opportunity to have a phlebotomist do their initial blood draws for the program testing at their homes.

Many players who have used these types of protocols have seen significant improvement in symptoms such as energy, depression, mood swings, sleep disturbances, chronic pain and more. They have experienced relief of symptoms and restoration of quality of life.

For some former NFL players HGH (Human Growth Hormone) and Testosterone have played a significant and successful role in treating their concussion related symptoms. The new program incorporates extensive testing of hormone levels and Hormone Replacement Therapy when medically indicated.

note from HeadsUp! CTE – we will be researching these treatment options to learn more.  Felt this was too important to not share ASAP.

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