From the Star Tribune news article:
Defensive end Everson Griffen revealed Monday the foot injury he’s played through this season is plantar fasciitis, which happened Oct. 29 and held him out of one game last month.
Griffen, leading the Vikings defensive line with 594 snaps and 13 sacks this season, credited playing through his foot injury and his general health to a methodical regimen he says begins the morning after a game at 5:30 a.m. with oxygen therapy in a hyperbaric chamber.
“Cryotherapy at 8:06. Came here, worked out — hot tub, cold tub,” Griffen said. “Got a massage at 5 — 5 to 9, then I go back to hyperbaric chamber. And I meet with my movement coach after this. That’s what I do. You play a lot of plays, you got to take care of your body.”
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