NEWS AND EVENTS

Thanks to our faithful clients and supporters, Spratt Muscular Therapies has been named an American Small Business Champion by SCORE and Sam's Club! It is only with your continued support that we have gotten to where we are today and achieved success in our practice and in our community. An honor and a privilege for which Jeffrey Spratt, MT, Owner and Principal and the entire Team at Spratt Muscular Therapies are most grateful and humbled. Thank you all.
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

On April 27th Jeffrey will attend the American Small Business Championship networking and training event in Dallas, Texas to receive his award for being an American Small Business Champion. He is looking forward to this premier networking and educational opportunity.

 

Jeffrey will be part of On-Site Academy's panel presentation at the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation's 14th World Congress on Stress, Trauma and Coping on May 6th presenting his groundbreaking work in trauma recovery. We were honored to have our article, "Reclaim Life After Trauma: The New Normal," published in their recent newsletter. For more information about the ICISF,  please visit their website by following this link.

 

On May 8th, Mary will be hosting a Book Release Party and a Celebration of Healing. She'll celebrate the release of her book, "Going the Distance: The Power of Endurance," and celebrate her healing from the effects of paralytic polio and trauma through partnering with Jeffrey. Ten years after the diagnosis of Post-Polio Syndrome, a progressive neuromuscular disease, Mary has been able to reclaim her advantage and reclaim her life through the Spratt Method of Muscular Therapy.

 

On May 28th, Mary will be running in the Barnstable Police Officer Michael Aselton 5K. Proceeds benefit Officer Michael Aselton's Scholarship Fund

 

In December, Jeffrey returns for his 16th year presenting his Rejuvenation Exercise to Harvard Medical School's Updates in Internal Medicine, their premier Continuing Education course for an international audience.

 

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PREVIOUS EVENTS:

For the third year in a row, the Team at Spratt Muscular Therapies provided On Site Chair Massage to the Social Work Service Department at Massachusetts General Hospital. The administrators of the MGH Social Work Service Department know that the benefits of Chair Massage is a great way to express their appreciation to their staff in honor of National Social Work Month.

 

The Nephrology Conference March 19-March 24, 2017 once again invited Jeffrey to present his Rejuvenation Exercise and was met with critical acclaim.

 

For the third year in a row, Jeffrey provided massage therapy to the spin cyclists who participate in Pedal to End Cancer at Wave Health and Fitness on March 18th. Proceeds of over $11,000 benefited the American Cancer Society.

 

On March 11th, Mary and Jeffrey presented and walked with an innovative health and wellness program at St. Vincent's Medical Center, "Walk With a Doc." Jeffrey's innovative Rejuvenation Exercise was received with critical acclaim by the participants.


Jeffrey and his Team of Boston's finest sports massage therapy professionals provided massage therapy to the John Hancock Employees Boston Marathon Team 2017 after their January, February and March long runs.

 

On March 4, 2017, Jeffrey returned to the Physician Education Day Conference to present his Rejuvenation Exercise.

 

Mary represented Spratt Muscular Therapies and inspired runners at the 39th Hyannis Marathon Weekend Race Expo. She sold and signed copies of her book, "Going the Distance: The Power of Endurance," and met with Gold Medal Olympian Frank Shorter.

   

 

 

Jeffrey and Mary presented their preliminary research findings for their exploratory study, "The Efficacy of the Spratt Method of Muscular Therapy on Trauma Recovery to the Western Massachusetts Critical Incident Stress Management Team on January 31st.

 

Be sure to listen to Jeffrey and Mary's Interview with Jordan Rich on WBZ Radio, "Healing Trauma Through the Power of Positive Touch."