MAT For Athletic Therapists
Differentiate Yourself Amongst Other Sports Industry Athletic Therapists With MAT
Imagine being the one on the field ready to assess and address noticeable muscle tightness and muscle dysfunction on your teams athletes in a matter of moments.
MAT gives athletic therapists the ability to know exactly how an athlete’s system will be affected by a force (weight training, sprints, repetitive movements over hours of practice, tackling, etc) moving through their passive structures such as joints, ligaments, bones, and tissue. Every athlete has a medical history and regardless of where they are in the game or healing from an injury, you could be able to dictate how they would handle such forces in season and in the off season.
MAT Practitioners are able to help prepare, prevent, and preserve an athlete’s muscular system, regardless of their age and ability, to stay happy and healthy!
Top 3 Reasons Athletic Therapists Love MAT
Fast Client Outcomes
100% of our practitioners say that MAT gives them a unique skillset in their individual market based on a 2021 survey measuring the success of our practitioners.
Increased Client Referrals
90% of our practitioners say that their client’s initial complaints or muscular dysfunctions are completely resolved in 1 of 10 MAT sessions.
Higher Session Charges
MAT: A Tool For Atheltic Therapists
What MAT Gives Athletic Therapists
MAT Has An Unique Perspective On Muscle Tightness Which Gives Athletic Therapists With A MAT Certification The Advantage
MAT looks at muscle tightness as being a symptom that relates to underlying weaknesses. Whenever you have stress, trauma, or overuse to the body, the resultant inflammation alters the communication between the nervous system and the muscular system so that the muscles cannot contract efficiently. When muscles can’t contact efficiently, they cannot shorten effectively and are weakend due to lack of neurological input.
With MAT, we focus on the muscle weakness aspect of the muscle dysfunction. Through specific activation techniques that improve the communication between the nervous system and the muscular system, not only do the associated muscles get stronger, but the protective tightening of the opposing muscles resolves. MAT gives athletic therapists a clear insight into the needs of each individual athlete to ensure they are ready for competition.