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For over 17 years, MAT has been the preferred choice in continuing education for massage, sports, orthopedic, functional movement, and structural integration therapists worldwide.

Take it to the next level with Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT)… a natural transition from the massage school relaxation model to the lucrative world of pain management and functional movement.

Clients seeking help for chronic back, neck, rotator cuff, and sports injuries gladly compensate therapists who offer pain relief to help them move and feel better.

Learn Erik Dalton’s very popular deep tissue, muscle energy and joint stretching techniques and watch your practice grow.

Come join the thousands who’ve earned “Certified Myoskeletal Therapist” certification.

The following pages will show you how to upgrade your skills, stimulate referrals, and boost income, while elevating your clients to a new level of health…the Myoskeletal way!

Myoskeletal Alignment...
"Changing the brain's mind about pain...through touch!"


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We are proud that Indiana State University now offer:
a minor in Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT) ISU is the only University in the country that offers approved NCBTMB CEs with their MT minor degree

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Racewalking May Set Stage for Shin Splints

Erik Dalton teaches massage and myofascial release Myoskeletal Techniques for treating pain from shin splints, plantar fasciitis, compartment syndrome and other running injuries…

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Learn MAT to help manage pain

If you have ever come across a client with any kind of ongoing chronic pain, then you may have noticed how desperate these folks are to find some sort of relief, especially the type of relief that does not come from a pain pill or an invasive surgical procedure…

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