Bryan Stow settles in at long-term rehabilitation center 

click to enlarge Bryan Stow (AP file photo) - BRYAN STOW (AP FILE PHOTO)
  • Bryan Stow (AP file photo)
  • Bryan Stow (AP file photo)

Brian Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan beaten outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day, is resting comfortably in an undisclosed rehabilitation center, after leaving San Francisco General Hospital on Tuesday.

Stow, 42, of Santa Cruz, spent five months at San Francisco General Hospital, beginning his recovery from long-term brain injury the beating in the Dodger Stadium parking lot.

According to his family’s website, Stow has made significant progress, but has a long road to recovery ahead.

“As always, the outcome is unknown and that is very difficult. But we are very determined and excited to start this next chapter and to help Bryan in any possible way we can,” Stow's family wrote on their website.

The family posted on the site:

“After arriving at the rehab facility Bryan got settled in, his pictures got hung up and he got right to work. The physical therapist, speech therapist and the occupational therapist came in to do some work with him and to assess him.”

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