Friday, November 11, 2011

Mickael Pietrus to the Shaolin monks used to treat your injury

Till now we have witnessed all kinds of therapy for NBA players recovered from their injuries. The latter, Kobe Bryant last summer traveled to Germany to be a novel treatment for which his own blood would help to regenerate its damaged knee ligaments. However, anyone who takes the cake in terms of bizarre therapies is the wing of the Phoenix Suns, Mickael Pietrus.

The French player has traveled to China's Henan province to get in the hands of the Shaolin monks to recover from a knee surgery he underwent last summer. As reported by CBS, Pietrus has moved to Shaolin Temple to undergo different treatments of traditional Chinese medicine including acupuncture, massage and a variety of unique remedies known only to the monks of the temple.

Pietrus was injured at the end of last season, missed the final 12 games of the season, did not attend the Eurobasket and decided to undergo a knee arthroscopy in the still recovering.


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