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The P.A.S.T. Retired Players Medical Group Concussion Treatment Program Successful For Former NFL Players
Date:11/21/2013

Eternity Medicine Institute of New Jersey.

“We wanted to share the work we do at P.A.S.T., especially with regard to the complex issues related to concussions because it demonstrates to players of all ages and the general population who suffer from similar issues that something can be done, there is hope and there are solutions. We are grateful to CNE/GQ for doing this series and including our work so others can be provided with information and know that there is help out there”, said Dr. William J. Focazio, Founder and CEO of P.A.S.T. “By the players sharing their stories in this series, hopefully others can benefit and improve their quality of life.”

The hard hitting Casualties of the Gridiron series follows a group of retired NFL players who are P.A.S.T. patients including former New York Jets quarterback Ray Lucas, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Terry Tautolo, Minnesota Vikings guard Brent Boyd , Army fullback Gene Merlino, Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Randy Grimes and Washington Redskins wide receiver Charlie Brown. Dr. William J. Focazio, P.A.S.T. medical specialists and Jennifer Smith P.A.S.T case worker are also featured. New episodes of the groundbreaking series will premier each Monday.

"We all knew that we would get injuries when we played but Junior Seau’s death scared me,” said Brent Boyd former UCLA and NFL player is also featured in this episode. ”The symptoms I have been suffering for decades like fatigue, headaches, poor memory, depression, won’t go away. When I went to P.A.S.T. the key word I kept hearing was solutions and now I have hope”.

P.A.S.T. also facilitates unique youth sports education programs through their 501(c) (3), P.A.S.T. Teams. Programs empower young athletes and address serious issues they face such as pain killer add
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