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MYPTtherapy  Multidisciplinary clinic in center of Croydon Sports Massage Holistic Massage Shiatsu Osteopathy Acupuncture Physiotherapy Reflexology MYPTstudio

We have limited Opening hours over the Festive period:

Our therapists are available on the following days:
As normal until Fri Dec 21st
Dec 24th and Dec 31st: 10am to 2pm
Dec 25th, 26th, Jan 1st: CLOSED
Dec 27th, 28th: Normal opening hours
Back to normal from Wed January 2nd 2019

To get yourself booked in
Call 020 3468 1299
E mail therapy@myptstudio.co.uk
Or via our website www.mypttherapy.co.uk
Mindbody App

Limited availability this Sat in our clinic from 10 to 11.15am

Book via our website or yhe Mindbody App.
Call 020 3468 1299
E mail therapy@myptstudio.co.uk

Part of the Mypttherapy team at the Mypt Christmas lunch today.
We missed you Richard & Mark

It's that time of the year again.✨
If you're looking for a present or a stocking filler why not a Gift Certificate for one of our therapists:

Massage
Shiatsu
Osteopathy
Shiatsu Workshop (intro workshop)

E-mail us on therapy@myptstudio.co.uk
Call 020 3468 1299
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Our osteopath Melissa and our Senior Therapist Richard at a corporate event at Southern House in Croydon yesterday.

If you would like us to provide treatment at your place of work in Croydon get in touch

therapy@myptstudio.co.uk

020 34681299

Limited availability for treatments this Saturday between 9.15 and 11.15am.

To make an appointment
- Call 020 3468 1299
- e mail therapy@myptstudio.co.uk

We love getting feedback from our clients 😊🙌
1st class treatments is what you can expect at Mypttherapy

Limited availability for treatments this Saturday between 9.15 and 11.15am.
If you’re looking for a last minute massage this morning, give us a call on 020 3468 1299 and get booked in with one of our therapists💆🏽‍♀️

Great post by our Sports Therapist Lauren

She’s available every Wed through Friday

Call 020 3468 1299
E mail lauren1@myptstudio.co.uk 🔄 LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE 🔄

Lymphatic drainage plays a very important role within the body by protecting us from infection and disease. It is part of the body’s immune system and helps to remove toxins, waste and other unwanted materials from our tissues. If an individual’s ability to move/walk has diminished or their lymphatic system isn’t functioning to its full capacity, a build up of waste and toxins can accumulate. Without treatment, individuals can be left with swelling in the peripheral limbs, increased pain perception, and a reduction in mood and energy.

Lymphatic drainage treatment can be used to help with acute injury, such as high impact trauma through sport. Inflammation and swelling built up in the area of injury is usually the main reason you feel so much pain, as the swelling presses on the nerve supply in the surrounding area, leading to increased pain sensitivity.
It can also be used for more chronic fatigue or inflammation, where the lymphatic system isn’t functioning correctly. Therefore, treatment will help to reduce symptoms and get the individual back moving pain free. In turn this will increase the performance of the lymphatic system, as contraction of the muscles act as a natural pump to help flush the unwanted materials out of the body.
If you have any questions in regards to the lymphatic system or if you’ve experienced any of these symptoms and want some advice just send me a message 🙋🏼‍♀️🤙🏼

Progressive exercise rehab:

This image demonstrates nicely how you should be progressing through your recovery programme. Returning to your normal activities should happen in stages and every individual’s return from injury is different. So run your own race and try not to compare your progress to someone else’s🙌🏼🏃🏻‍♂️ Make sure you chose a therapist who can be with you all the way from the acute injury stage to your return to your sports/gym activities.

E mail therapy@myptstudio.co.uk
Call 020 3468 1299
Find us on the MindBody App
www.mypttherapy.co.uk

Hi guys,
This isn’t injury related but is for an amazing cause. If you enjoy working out, why not come along to the myptstudio in Croydon next Monday for a FREE workout🏋🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♀️ For more details send us a message or contact the guys through their instagram🤗

#Repost @myptstudio with @get_repost
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FREE Charity Workouts next Monday 19th November - in Memory of Ken Hau.

Join us next Monday for a series of special charity workouts, in honour of our former Manager and friend Ken. These special sessions will run at 6.45am, 9.15am, 12:30pm, 5.45pm and 7.15pm and will be a mix of resistance work and Spin!

These sessions are completely free, although a charitable donation is recommended. Members, please book in quick via the app - non-members, message us to get involved! #britishheartfoundation #childreninneed2018 #childreninneed #charity #workout #croydon #cronx #freeevent

Have you been told you have a disc bulge or herniated disc?
@Regran_ed from @dr.caleb.burgess - 💥Disc Bulges💥

1) Disc Bulges can heal

2) Disc Bulges are more prevalent as we age, many times in people with NO PAIN

Check out the chart in this graphic, which shows the percentage of people in different age groups who have disc bulges shown on MRI but do not suffer from pain.

Conclusions?
It looks as though disc bulges are more highly correlated with NORMAL AGING than with pathology/dysfunction

And yes, there are times when a disc bulge may contribute to a person's pain experience, but many times this is not the case

As the authors of this study summarized:
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"Imaging findings of spine degeneration are present in high proportions of asymptomatic individuals, increasing with age. Many imaging-based degenerative features are likely part of normal aging and unassociated with pain. These imaging findings must be interpreted in the context of the patient's symptoms.

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