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What are the requirements to become an MAT® Master Specialist?

What are the requirements to become an MAT® Master Specialist?

Complete the following courses:

  • MAT® Masters Lower BODY
  • MAT® Masters Upper BODY
  • Mat® Masters Trunk & Spine
  • Mat® Masters Foot Function
  • Mat® Masters Wrist & Hand
  • Mat® Masters CERVICAL
  • Mat® Jumpstart Series: Lower Body, Upper Body, and Trunk & Spine

Pass a 120-minute Practical and Oral exam 

  • Must wait 60 days after completing all pre-requisites to schedule the exams
  • The cost for the exam is $400.  To register for the final exam, please log into your account and visit the following link: Master Specialist exam registration.
  • PASS or FAIL grade will be given and you will be required to retest if a “FAIL” grade is given

The school does not discriminate based on race, sex, religion, ethnic origin, or disability.

All Prospective students must be at least 18 years of age and at a minimum, have a High School Diploma. MAT® students will be required to sign a student waiver prior to the class beginning. As a part of this, the students will be required to affirm their receipt of a High School Diploma or GED and confirming that they are 18 years or older.

Continuing Education Requirements

In order for students to have success with MAT® and to ensure that MAT® clients receive a consistent level of service, we require continual reinforcement in the application of skills involved in order to perform the techniques. Therefore, in order to maintain status as a Certified MAT® Specialist on the MAT® website and have access to MAT® marketing materials, practitioners are required to complete 16 hours of continuing education (usually over a 2 day period) from an MAT® course of instruction per year.  The current tuition ranges from $425 to $549 for these courses.

Prospective Master Specialist Students are required to have completed the MAT® Specialist Program.

Prospective MATRx® students are invited to this course based on these primary criteria:  Currently a Certified MAT® Master Specialist, Certified MAT® Specialists may be considered as long as they have two years of experience, completed at least 4 Master classes, including both the Masters Foot Function and Wrist and Hand program in the past 24 calendar months and have been an active MAT® practitioner for over 24 months.