Worksafe Victoria appointed two concussion experts and has completed three detailed reports in a "complex" investigation into whether the AFL has failed in its handling of player head knocks.
Think it’s significant from a couple of points covered in the article, but the one that surprised me is that allegedly there have been 20 known cases where players have retired over the last 4 years under the age of 25 due to concussion.
There is a suggestion in the article that players shouldn’t play for at least 30 days after receiving a concussion diagnosis.
For the who haven’t heard it there is an excellent interview on the Howie Games podcast with Nat Fyfe and he goes into real detail on his experiences with concussion, which has been significant - ep 97.
Interested to hear if anyone here has experienced concussion from sport and what effects they may have had.