Broadway Joe remains to be making waves.
Jets legend Joe Namath instructed pals that the 120 hyperbaric oxygen remedies generally known as “Dives” that he is undergone lately are exhibiting nice outcomes.
The previous quarterback went on to say that these periods, which he underwent on the Jupiter Medical Heart in Florida, have helped restore blood move to the left aspect of his mind that had been slowed by 12 years of blows to the top throughout a Corridor of Fame profession.
“My docs did flips after wanting on the outcomes of my final exams which confirmed absolutely restored blood move to my mind,” Namath instructed buddies in south Florida, the place he has a house. “I do know a number of gamers that dedicated suicide as a result of concussions they suffered on the sector. I’ve taken the outcomes of my exams to the FDA who’ve requested for an additional research with 100 individuals.”
The previous passer suffered by way of a number of decrease leg accidents throughout his profession and had each of his knees surgically changed after his enjoying days have been over. Associates have been glad to listen to Namath say he’s efficiently coping with his head damage as nicely.
Namath introduced the excellent news whereas getting ready to attend the Jan. 15 opening of Nick Korniloff’s Palm Seashore Trendy + Up to date Artwork Honest, which is able to elevate cash for The Joe Namath Neurological Heart. The occasion will characteristic works by Picasso, Warhol, Basquiat and Keith Haring from over 50 galleries kind around the globe.
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“I’m going to boost $10 million to get it executed,” Namath forecasted. He famously predicted Gang Inexperienced would upset the closely favored Baltimore Colts in Tremendous Bowl III and so they did.
This is not the primary time Namath has teamed up with Korniloff. In 2015, when Korniloff’s stepson Perry Cohen went lacking whereas fishing with one other Florida boy off the coast of Miami, joined within the seek for the 2 14-year-olds, who have been by no means discovered.
With Brian Niemitz