About Muscle Activation Therapy

What is MAT?

Muscle Activation Techniques™ (MAT) can eliminate the muscle and joint pain that so many of us experience doing the activities we enjoy. Combining a unique biomechanical approach and range of motion analysis, MAT restores your body’s alignment, movement and performance levels. Developed by Greg Roskopf, Biomechanics Consultant for the Denver Broncos.

MAT addresses muscle weakness at its root: inhibited muscles that may cause your body to compensate and become misaligned, resulting in pain or injury. Continuing an exercise program with inhibited muscles can compound your body’s compensation patterns, thus exacerbating the problem.

By re-activating muscles to function properly, MAT restores body alignment. Associated discomfort and motion limitations can be eliminated, so you are ready to enjoy the exercise and activities you used to do. MAT focuses on the causes of your instability, not the symptoms.

How can it help you?

Do you want to do the things you used to do?

MAT’s unique approach can quickly restore functional movement, so you can enjoy your activities.

Want to perform to your maxi-mum potential?

If you want more range of motion to improve your swing or simply enjoy daily activities, MAT can either enhance your current physical therapy methods or be used as a stand-alone program. Don’t accept the “no pain, no gain” myth. MAT will help you eliminate the limitations associated with aging by addressing the degeneration process. With MAT, every-day people are treated like million-dollar athletes.

How is MAT different from other methods and rehabilitation techniques?

MAT’s unique approach addresses the cause of your discomfort, not just the symptoms. Results are typically quick and long lasting. MAT restores body alignment and activates inhibited muscles that may be the cause your discomfort.

MAT helps with:

  • MAT helps with growing pains
  • MAT can slow down and even reverse the aging process
  • MAT may have a positive impact on arthritis and aging related losses in physical performance
  • MAT helps to heal the body faster and properly after a surgery
  • MAT is a precursor to exercise and therapy to help prepare the body
  • MAT is a technique that not only helps athletes to recover from competitive stress quickly, but also may help them prevent injuries from happening in the first place
  • MAT prepares the body to be more efficient in training and athletic performances
  • MAT not only prevents injuries, but it can also assist in a rehabilitation process
  • MAT can help with long term results of inhibition can be: joint pain, muscle tension, or instability of a joint: tight ham-strings, tight lower back, a hyper-extending joint, and progressively losing motion in a limb are signs of possible muscle weakness
  • MAT also helps with Plantarfascitis, Neuroma, Achilles Tendonitis, repetitive sprains and strains, Patella-Femoral Syndrome, Patellar Tendonitis, IT-Band Syn-drome, DJD: knee, DJD: hip, Piriformoris Syndrome, Great Trochantor Bursitis
  • TMJ: clicking jaw, dislocation, and painful jaw

About Muscle Activation Therapy

What is MAT?

Muscle Activation Techniques™ (MAT) can eliminate the muscle and joint pain that so many of us experience doing the activities we enjoy. Combining a unique biomechanical approach and range of motion analysis, MAT restores your body’s alignment, movement and performance levels. Developed by Greg Roskopf, Biomechanics Consultant for the Denver Broncos.

MAT addresses muscle weakness at its root: inhibited muscles that may cause your body to compensate and become misaligned, resulting in pain or injury. Continuing an exercise program with inhibited muscles can compound your body’s compensation patterns, thus exacerbating the problem.

By re-activating muscles to function properly, MAT restores body alignment. Associated discomfort and motion limitations can be eliminated, so you are ready to enjoy the exercise and activities you used to do. MAT focuses on the causes of your instability, not the symptoms.

How can it help you?

Do you want to do the things you used to do?

MAT’s unique approach can quickly restore functional movement, so you can enjoy your activities.

Want to perform to your maxi-mum potential?

If you want more range of motion to improve your swing or simply enjoy daily activities, MAT can either enhance your current physical therapy methods or be used as a stand-alone program. Don’t accept the “no pain, no gain” myth. MAT will help you eliminate the limitations associated with aging by addressing the degeneration process. With MAT, every-day people are treated like million-dollar athletes.

How is MAT different from other methods and rehabilitation techniques?

MAT’s unique approach addresses the cause of your discomfort, not just the symptoms. Results are typically quick and long lasting. MAT restores body alignment and activates inhibited muscles that may be the cause your discomfort.

MAT helps with:

  • MAT helps with growing pains
  • MAT can slow down and even reverse the aging process
  • MAT may have a positive impact on arthritis and aging related losses in physical performance
  • MAT helps to heal the body faster and properly after a surgery
  • MAT is a precursor to exercise and therapy to help prepare the body
  • MAT is a technique that not only helps athletes to recover from competitive stress quickly, but also may help them prevent injuries from happening in the first place
  • MAT prepares the body to be more efficient in training and athletic performances
  • MAT not only prevents injuries, but it can also assist in a rehabilitation process
  • MAT can help with long term results of inhibition can be: joint pain, muscle tension, or instability of a joint: tight ham-strings, tight lower back, a hyper-extending joint, and progressively losing motion in a limb are signs of possible muscle weakness
  • MAT also helps with Plantarfascitis, Neuroma, Achilles Tendonitis, repetitive sprains and strains, Patella-Femoral Syndrome, Patellar Tendonitis, IT-Band Syn-drome, DJD: knee, DJD: hip, Piriformoris Syndrome, Great Trochantor Bursitis
  • TMJ: clicking jaw, dislocation, and painful jaw