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    Cryotherapy experts baffled by Antonio Browns frostbitten feet

    The picture circulating on social media of Antonio Brown’s feet is reportedly the result of a cryotherapy session gone very wrong.


    From heel to toe, the bottoms of Brown’s feet are one big blister, with yellowish dying skin giving way to a shade of raw pink.


    Local cryotherapy experts wonder how Brown or those who administered the procedure didn’t know to properly protect his feet.


    Brown, an All-Pro wide receiver who played nine seasons with the Steelers before being traded to the Oakland Raiders in March, is no stranger to the cryotherapy. The procedure involves stepping into a cylindrical, metal tube chilled to temperatures of minus 270 degrees by nitrogen vapor..........


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    Re: Cryotherapy experts baffled by Antonio Browns frostbitten feet

    So this was not some exotic treatment that is banned in the US and could have been performed stateside by someone who has administered it to other Steelers

    Might be more to the treatment AB went to France to receive than just the cryotherapy - but the media presumably has lost interest in looking at that angle since the circus has moved on to Helmetgate

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    Re: Cryotherapy experts baffled by Antonio Browns frostbitten feet

    Read another take on cryotherapy the other day. It is absolute nonsense based BARELY on a passing association with biology/science.

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    Re: Cryotherapy experts baffled by Antonio Browns frostbitten feet

    Quote Originally Posted by Mojouw View Post
    Read another take on cryotherapy the other day. It is absolute nonsense based BARELY on a passing association with biology/science.

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    Re: Cryotherapy experts baffled by Antonio Browns frostbitten feet

    Will Antonio Brown sue over his frostbitten feet?

    Posted by Mike Florio on August 16, 2019

    Lost in the shuffle of Raiders receiver Antonio Brown‘s return to practice and his scavenger hunt for a less-than-10-year-old Schutt AiR Advantage with a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time are his frostbitten feet. More specifically, how his feet became frostbitten.

    Yes, the Raiders and Brown reluctantly have acknowledged that he suffered the injury while inside a cryotherapy chamber last month in France. No, they still haven’t said how it happened.

    Via MJ Acosta of NFL.com, agent Drew Rosenhaus said at Raiders camp on Tuesday that “they can’t divulge any information as to the cause of the injury to the player’s feet because legal action against the cryotherapy company involved could be coming in the near future.”

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