Members of Giants’ 1986 Super Bowl share glory and pain of football 30 years later

Members of Giants’ 1986 Super Bowl share glory and pain of football 30 years later

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“…Chris lost control of his body following surgery and kept looking for answers. It led him to Greg Roskopf, the founder of Muscle Activation Techniques®, based in Denver.

Dad wanted to avoid another back surgery. “If I went to an orthopedic surgeon, they would have operated on me,” Phil said.

Chris told him to go see Roskopf. The following Saturday night, Simms did a preseason game and then stopped in Denver on his way home to New Jersey. He stayed in Denver for three days. “I did a lot better,” he said.

He made pit stops in Denver throughout the season. He was sold. “(Roskopf) knows how the body works,” Simms said. “If your left arm hurts, maybe it’s because your right shoulder was tight. To say I feel different is the biggest understatement in the world. I feel great. Playing takes so much out of you. It’s the contact and the training. It’s just so intense.”

Roskopf changed his life. “I went maybe once this season,” Simms said. “I know how to fix myself if I do feel a little pain….”

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