Sidney Crosby

September 8, 2011 by staff 

Sidney CrosbySidney Crosby, Sidney Crosby finally get credit for revealing too much of a so honest about her private battle with a concussion.

It was a positive step by the planners of the press conference on Wednesday in Pittsburgh – if it was the field or organization Crosby Penguins – to put an end to the evasive tactics and direction of weeks of rumors about what is the best player Hockey has been recovered.

Ironically, what your health problem in a matter of public discussion, apparently sincere in symptoms and all negative, Crosby is now likely to have more privacy to treat their health problems. Instead of members of the media trip over each other trying to get the scoop Crosby, now everything is out there.

There were a lot positive about this update health Crosby. The most important point is that he intends to return to the NHL, once fully recovered from the symptoms of a concussion.

Do not expect to be rushed back.

Fortunately, there were no guarantees of two doctors alongside Crosby – experts on concussions that have been with him every step of his recovery – that nothing short of a full recovery will get their green light.

“I see this as an injury manageable, and we are making progress in the case of Sid Sid and I anticipate returning to hockey and playing well in the future,” said Dr. Michael Collins. “But I can guarantee that we will not make mistakes in this case. And before going back to play Sid, let’s make sure it is 100 percent recovered, it would not, ands or buts.”

As much as hockey fans yearn to see the game No. 1 player is back in action, I suspect that the biggest fear for most is that competition Crosby could try running your return and be seriously injured again. Hearing of the guarantees of the doctors gave me the impression he was sincere in stating that not clear to play until they believe he is ready. That was good to hear.

Although concussions in particular were a big part of the discussion in the press conference, it is encouraging that were treated as the new scourge of hockey. Just to put the issue of concussion in a spotlight – and Crosby’s injury certainly – more attention to the most innovative ways to prevent these injuries through new rules and changes to the game.

Although I’ve never bought the need to delay the press conference – which could have carried out one, two or even three months ago and since then updates its state changes – at least the issue is finally in the public forum in informed debate about the concussion problem can only grow.

Part of the press conference seemed confused me was the confidence of physicians when it comes to Crosby returning. Apparently, it is expected to return with a clean slate, meaning that there will be more susceptible to future concussions from other players. Given what has happened with other players in the NHL after his return from a concussion, which sounds like a very optimistic warranty.

But overall it was good news for NHL fans, Crosby and hockey. Best player in the league in order to update its millions of fans in your state. The medical prognosis was optimistic about his eventual return NHL. And we all know a bit more than I did yesterday about the growing problem of concussions in sports and the importance of prevention.

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