Thursday May 21 2015
Milan adopt cryogenic chamber

Milan are installing a new cryogenic chamber to help prevent and limit the impact of injuries.

The Rossoneri have long been known for their innovative techniques in Milan Lab, even though they tend to have more injuries than most clubs throughout the season.

The latest approach is sending players into a room at -30 degrees Celsius for 30 seconds, then for two minutes into another room at -110 to -160 degrees Celsius.

“It can even halve the recovery time from muscular lesions, strains, contusions and lumbago,” explained Marco Tonini of Sapio Life.

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