Throughout an NFL players’ career they will likely deal with a number of injuries, aches, and pains, some of which may linger on throughout their career and after they’re playing days.
Players are always looking for ways to improve their health, fitness, and also on how to improve their wellness so that their bodies are best equipped for the grind of playing in the NFL.
While he was toting the ball for the Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders and Atlanta Falcons en route to over 13,000 rushing yards, Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson knows how hard an NFL career can be on a body, and he, like many other players, have sought new forms of treatment in dealing with their injuries following their NFL careers.
One form of treatment comes by way of healer and international wellness expert Sifu Matthew, also known as “The Injury Whisperer,” a Kung Fu Master, world renowned healer, athletic performance expert and founder of The Martial Arts of Wellness (MAOW™) who is becoming a new resource for many pro athletes, NFL players included.
Matthew is a master of understanding the electromagnetic forces of the body in relation to strength, wellness, and performance, and is known for his ability to rapidly heal body tissues, ligaments, nerves, and bones using the electromagnetism of his own body.
Clinical research is currently being done on his martial arts healing modalities which are affecting conditions that are not responding to any other means.
Dickerson went to Matthew for his own aches and pains, including a broken finger, which you can see in the following video.
Dickerson raves about the impact Sifu Matthew’s methods have had on his injury and the results he experienced.
But Dickerson isn’t the only football player that has found success with Matthew’s methods.
Weslye Saunders played tight end for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Indianapolis Colts from 2011-2014 amassing 10 receptions and 1 touchdown during his time on the field.
Saunders has turned to Sifu Matthew as well, and shared his experience working with the Kung Fu master.
Matthew is currently participating in a healing study at a leading university research hospital that is documenting the science of his healing method to affect swift change in an array of conditions.
In addition, Sifu Matthew runs programs at the prestigious Hale Clinic in London and is instituting customized MAOW™ wellness programs across the globe at leading medical and wellness spas. He teaches advanced corporate wellness programs an Executive Warrior and Healing Training Camps across the country.
Sifu Matthew is now in residence at the Carillon Resort & Spa in Miami Beach offering his unique healing and fitness methods, and is also promoting his Healing Warrior Force Retreats in Miami Beach for men and women in September at the Carillon.
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In corresponding moves, the Bengals promoted linebacker Hardy Nickerson and wide receiver Damion Willis to the active roster.
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Garrett will be banned for the remainder of the 2018 season, and is likely going to be hit with a stiffer punishment once the NFL completes it’s investigation into the incident. Garrett could also be facing legal action from the attorney’s of Steelers’ quarterback Mason Rudolph.
Garrett, 23, has notched 10 sacks for the Browns this season.
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