At Movement Assessment Technologies, we love MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT, the LATEST RESEARCH and OBJECTIVE DATA. We love it so much that we’ve combined these three things together to bring you our world-leading courses and our own Movement Assessment Tool - The MAT. Since its inception, MAT has run courses in over 25 countries, helping 5000+ health and fitness professionals from 13 different professions bridge the gap between pain and performance, improving their movement assessment, treatment and training skills.
Movement Assessment Technologies and The MAT is the brainchild of AxIT System developers and Strength By Numbers co-founders Andrew Lemon and Stephen King following their own struggles in practice. Feeling like they were guessing with their movement assessment and struggling to objectively track progression of their patients and clients towards their goals.
The MAT was born to solve this problem!
Quickly we learnt that this struggle was common to therapists and trainers all around the world. With Universities and higher education institutes often being very slow to implement the latest evidence and assessments into their curriculum, therapists and trainers are often left with out of date knowledge on how to best help their patients and clients.
Movement Assessment Technologies steps in to change this through cutting edge learning products and innovation with the MAT, which is currently being integrated into research projects in 7 Universities worldwide.
We are proud to say that we are now the number one educational provider in the world for evidence-based, objective movement assessment and rehabilitation. Our courses provide you with a structured approach to patient and client management, incorporating the latest research on movement analysis, pain and neuroscience helping you improve treatment or performance outcomes. This allows your to ensure your patients and clients get back to what they need, want and love to do.
In our courses, we’re going to help you bridge the gap between traditional assessment methods that you’re currently using and the functional movements that are performed by your patients every day to achieve their individual goals with the MAT.