Bryan Stow’s Doctor: ‘Significant Improvement’ in Injuries

After a brutal beating at Dodger Stadium, Bryan Stow remains in serious condition but is now able to make small interactions with his family.

42-year-old Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day in March, may soon be moving from the hospital to a long-term rehabilitation center, according to reports from the San Francisco Chronicle.

Dr. Geoff Manley, Chief of Neurosurgery at San Francisco General Hospital, where Stow is being treated, spoke to the Chronicle Monday.

Stow still cannot speak, but “can move slightly on command and turn his body toward someone talking to him,” Manley told the Chronicle.

Read the full Chronicle story here.

Read Patch's coverage of the investigation into the Bryan Stow beating.


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