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Muscle Activation

Individualized Treatments to Maximize Your Potential

  • Based off of active range of motion vs passive

  • Identifies and eliminates movement compensations

  • Addresses the relationship of all joints mechanics that allow for healthy, controlled motion.

Tunes up the muscular system

  • Identifies and treats muscular weaknesses

  • Stimulates weak, inhibited muscles using both palpations and positional resistance

  • Helps to prevent future injuries

  • Identifies and corrects compensatory patterns that produce inflammatory effects, such as tendonitis, sprains and strains–common injuries caused by overuse and trauma

Boosts rehabilitation efforts

  • Promotes a healing environment for recovery from injuries and surgeries

  • Increases the muscular systems ability to deal with in mechanical stress, such as increases in activity level or training

  • Improves ability to perform daily activities and decreases time getting back into sports/fitness training

MAT Explained

 
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About Your Practitioner

Rachael Durnell a Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) Specialist practicing in St. Louis Missouri, since May 2007.

In 2003, she earned a B.S. in Nutrition and Fitness and a minor in Psychology from the University of MO-Columbia. She was introduced to the MAT process as a personal trainer in Chicago in 2005. In 2010, she obtained NCTMB certification for bodywork and massage therapy.