Springboks

Lambie cleared of concussion

2016-08-12 16:20
Patrick Lambie (Gallo)

Cape Town - Springbok and Sharks flyhalf Patrick Lambie has been declared concussion free following an injury he suffered two months ago.

According to IOL, Sharks team doctor Alan Kourie said that the playmaker was finally free of concussion after Lambie collided with Ireland flank CJ Stander in South Africa's first Test against the Emerald Isle earlier this year.

Lambie cannot yet practice as he is still suffering from post-concussion syndrome, which can occur with people who suffer from concussion but it is more prevalent with those who struggle from migraines.

His time away from the pitch has not been determined but at least he is on the road to recovery.

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