When an athlete get injured then he should be handled properly so as not to interfere with his career. A soccer athletes choosing goat blood injection treatment to cure an injury hamstring (rear thigh muscle).
A football player from Scottish club St. Johnstone, Peter MacDonald spent his summer in 2009 with goat blood injection therapy to treat a hamstring injury (injury to the back of the thigh muscle).
Football athletes who are in the position of striker is confident all the goats that received injections of blood can save her career as a football player.
This treatment may sound like voodoo because animal blood entering into the body.But it was not only MacDonald who had undergone this treatment, because of some other football athletes ever known to do that is Michael Owen, Jurgen Klinsmann and Arjen Robben.
Treatment was initiated by a German physician Wilhelm Muller-Wolfhart, who was a world expert in treating the hamstring problem that works in Munich and has helped some names of athletes to come back fully fit.
MacDonald has suffered long-term problems with hamstringnya. Frustration is what made him switch to select the treatment Muller-Wolfhart with the wonders of goat blood. This treatment can help muscles recover faster and can be re-used.
“The club sent me to get the best care with the doctor Muller-Wolfhart, the doctor said I was too tight hamstring and given injections of goat blood could loosen well,” said MacDonald.
MacDonald said a week after the treatment he was able to start training. He was getting physiotherapy and doing a lot of stretching over a period of rest.
In addition to animal blood injection, the physician for the German national team is claiming that the extract from the crested chicken or the so-called Hylart can help lubricate (grease) knee injury and reduce pain.
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