What is Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy?

Myoskeleal Alignment Therapy uses breakthrough techniques with the aim to help with a range of conditions such as Dowager’s Humps, Carpal Tunnel, Knee pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Shoulder dysfunctions and much more.

My aim of Myoskeleal Alignment Therapy (MAT) is to create muscular balance and optimal movement in the body. I might use a combination of Dry needling, Kinesio taping, Hot Stones, Massage, Cold Therapy or more to help reduce discomfort.

MAT not only targets the area but also neighbouring areas that might need stretching or strengthening to create a balanced body and and improve overall range of movement.

Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy can help with:

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Shoulder Pain

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Tight Calves

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Neck Pain

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Back Pain

What to expect on your
Myoskeletal Alignment Treatment?

When you come in for a treatment at my Mill Hill & Islington therapy room,  I will do a consultation based on the issue you are presenting with. MAT techniques include putting direct pressure on the muscle stretching the tight areas and strengthening weak areas as well  as other rehabilitative techniques.

Depending on your level of inactivity, soreness may occur after the treatment

Book your appointment:

Pack of 5 – 45 min £440

The history of
Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy?

Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy (MAT) is a term developed by Doctor Erik Dalton in the early 80’s after years of studying and research; also inspired by several Kinesiology Doctors, considered the best of the last centuries: Vladimir Janda, Phillip Greenman, and Ida Rolf.

MAT can help with:

  • Forward head posture
  • Dowager’s Humps
  • Rib dysfunction
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Tennis and Golf elbow, Shoulder dysfunctions
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)
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