KCTV: Saint Luke’s doctor describes impacts of concussion on athletes

January 19, 2021

Contact sports like football are increasingly taking concussions more seriously, implementing protocols like the rules Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is following after exiting Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

Chiefs fans have questioned whether it would be safe for Mahomes to play in the upcoming AFC Championship against the Buffalo Bills.

KCTV talked to Dr. Sarah Gibbons, who leads the concussion and headache program at Saint Luke's Neurology, about the impact concussions can have on athletes.

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