Restore the joint range of motion.
Activate muscles that have decreased contractibility from stress, trauma, and overuse.
Optimize your muscular system's function.
Marlene, avid walker
"I figured my hip and leg paid was symptomatic of my age and that I'd be heading to replacement surgery. I felt much better after the first time I walked out of Delaney's office. I am thrilled to say I am on the road to pain-free mobility...the improvement is mind-boggling.
Justin, Competitive Golfer
MAT has been transformational for my golf game and my life. I've not been able to play this much golf pain free since my early 20s.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the goal of MAT?The goal of MAT is to increase range of motion, improve the function of your muscular system (whether for sports or daily activities), and prevent injury through improved muscle contractibility (keeping joints stable through all ranges of motion). My goal is to help you do the things you love, for as long as you want, without being limited by pain or tightness in your body.
What do I need before my first session?Check page
Is MAT a form of exercise?Check page
How is MAT different from other modalities(ART, Massage, PNF, etc.)?Check page
Does it hurt?Unlike ART, deep tissue massage, and some chiropractic, MAT is not painful. While some spots will be tender due to inflammation, you should not expect to be in pain during a session.