Explore Our Education
The opportunities within our education continuum continue to grow and expand. As you learn about our offerings, note that your journey begins with the Lower Body Specialist certification.
Certification modules give professionals the missing link in the health and wellness industry. Join our innovative movement and begin your journey toward becoming certified today!
We are the only muscle dysfunction assessment and correction program in the United States of America that offers an accredited degree program! Learn more about eligibility by connecting with us.
MAT Practitioners, at all levels of certification, are required to complete continuing education to remain listed on the MAT website and to acknowledge they are maintaining their practical skillset.
Where The Journey Begins
Why Become MAT Certified
MAT enables you to become a leader in your industry by becoming the “go-to” practitioner that is able to identify and address the causes of muscular dysfunction and resolve associated pain in any client that walks through the door. It’s the differentiator that Greg Roskopf has used for 20+ years to help clients ranging from professional athletes to older clients recovery from surgery and still relies on today. Learn more about your possibilities with an MAT certification below!
99% of our practitioners say that MAT gives them a unique skillset in their individual market.
Improved Client Outcomes
80% of our practitioners say that their client’s initial complaints or muscular dysfunctions are completely resolved in 1 of 6 MAT sessions.
Higher Earning Potential
93% of our practitioners say existing clients refer new clients to them because of the results they achieve with MAT.
Our practitioners come from all over the world to learn this valuable skillset. We are proud of our community of driven individuals making a difference every day!
*The above percentages are based on a 2020 survey measuring the success of our practitioners.
Jumpstart Into MAT
“I was just speaking with a Physical Therapist who has owned his own practice for 21 years and is now shutting it down because of insurance reimbursements. What I am finding with MAT, is that it can be a cash-based system. MAT is a very good supplement so that physical therapy practices can survive and thrive.”
- MATRx Practitioner and Physical Therapist
“I had a military vet come to me with neck pain and he had been seen by every medical provider. They were getting ready to insert a pain pump into his neck because they couldn’t solve his issues. We did MAT twice and he came to me the next morning, I was actually running on the treadmill at the gym and he came up and stopped me with tears in his eyes and said “I woke up this morning with no pain.”
- MAT Specialist and Physical Therapist
“Managing a fitness facility, training trainers, and working with clients. I myself was so broken down I had to quit working out. I had tried everything to get my body on track, but couldn’t get over chronic pain at 26 years old. In my search I stumbled upon MAT, and thought MAT made more sense than anything I encountered. It is by far the most rewarding and challenging thing I’ve ever done.”
- MATRX Practitioner and Exercise Professional
“My first exposure to MAT was as a client. I had multiple failed experiences with physical therapy – they could get me out of pain, but I couldn’t return to any type of physical lifestyle, and I was only 20 years old. I found people that did MAT, who prescribed appropriate exercises, and it escalated to where I am today. As I started going down the personal training route I didn’t know if I was going to stay in that field, and when I learned MAT, it catapulted how I could help people.”