Jeffery, you have been diagnosed with a severe concussion and will miss most of the football season.
Okay, I'll be in the waiting room if you need me doctor.
What do I have to do to get rid of this as fast as possible?
Well treating concussions isn't that simple for example, "Another developing story is the slow but steady stream of young, healthy players who are walking away from the NFL, some like San Francisco 49er's standout linebacker Chris Borland after only playing one pro season"(What Are Some Other Key Issues with Professional Football?).
What do you suggest I do first?
Work Cited Bubar, Joe, and Carl Stoffers. "HARD KNOCKS." Junior Scholastic/Current Events, 7 Jan. 2019, p. 14+. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, https://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A570198974/OVIC?u=geneseo_ms&sid=OVIC&xid=4efc27da. Accessed 16 May 2019. Durando, Stu. "Is Pro Football Too Dangerous?" Professional Athletes, edited by Margaret Haerens and Lynn M. Zott, Greenhaven Press, 2014. Opposing Viewpoints. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, https://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ3010879214/OVIC?u=geneseo_ms&sid=OVIC&xid=c8e695d2. Accessed 16 May 2019. Originally published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12 Dec. 2010.
Well, Gregg Eastbrook said that "Players walking away from football, rather than trying their luck with [repeated concussions], is a good sign"(Eastbrook).
Are you suggesting that I quit football?
Well you still have to be very careful in all sports because,"Football is not the only sport that can cause concussions. But the game has been under increased focus since 2005" (Hard Knocks).
Maybe more should be done to help detect concussions in athletes so they don't continue to lie about them and hurt their bodies later in life.
Well what sports could I do later this year or throughout high school?
Anytime rest up and get better and you'll have your fair choices of sports when you recover fully.