The spectrum of a typical Muscle Activation Techniques clients include everyone from the occasionally active, or amateur athlete to the elite athlete striving for top performance in his or her sport.

Common issues that can be addressed with MAT

Limited Range of Motion

Joint or muscle pain in back, shoulders, hips, knees, feet

Rotator cuff injuries

Sever’s Disease

Osgood-Schlatters Disease

Frozen Shoulder

Tennis Elbow

IT Band Syndrome

Patella Tracking

Degenerative Disc Disease

Spine Instability

Excessive or limited pronation or supination all joints

Plantar Fasciitis

Tendonitis

Piriformis Syndrome

Engage Muscles – For Stability

Obtain mobility – and then gain strength. The MAT process complements athletic training to optimize performance and provides the necessary support to allow athletes to endure the stress of continuous training and activity.

For the rest of us, the MAT process offers a solution for injured or dysfunctional muscles. It addresses muscular weakness and relieves tightness so that the activities  of daily life and exercise can be enjoyable again.