Plymouth boss Ian Holloway has returned to work after missing Saturday's 1-1 draw against Ipswich.
Holloway is back at work after missing Saturday's match
Holloway was rushed to hospital a couple of hours before kick-off because he was suffering from a kidney stone.
However, he was released the same day and after spending Sunday at home was back at the training ground on Monday.
Holloway said: "I had a bit of a health scare but there are no problems now and I will take charge of the first team for Saturday's game against Barnsley."
Tim Breacker and Des Bulpin were placed in charge of the team in Holloway's absence last weekend.