Early Onsite Intervention. Reducing Injuries And Improving Wellness in Every Industry.

A Dedicated Team Working Exclusively for You

We begin with a proprietary assessment algorithm process, followed by one or more of over 600 treatment protocols, each providing a specific pathway to resolution for the vast array of soft-tissue and nerve conditions occurring in the workplace. Focus is on pinpointing the root cause and efficient resolution.

Previous Injuries

Ergonomic Faults

Posture Mechanics

Biomechanical Dysfunctions

Body Mechanics

Wellness Status

Health Behaviors

Psychosocial Risks

Our Practitioners Are Trained To

Early Injury Intervention for Long-Term Results

Using the principles of early intervention, MAT works side-by-side with your employees to keep them healthy and productive, prevent injuries, and reduce costs.By investing in early intervention, you can avoid injury to your workers. Our clients have lowered their recordable and lost time injury rates, commercial health insurance expenditures as well as their worker’s compensation costs. There are indirect benefits as well related to improved employee health and increased engagement.

Fewer Injuries, More Productivity

What happens when your employees improve their mobility and have faster access to expert care?

52%

Reduction in OSHA Recordables

76%

Reduction in DART Rate Recordables

58%

Reduction in Workers Comp Spend

70%

Reduction in TRIR Spend
Prevention

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Treatment

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Reporting

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Increase

Decrease

Improve Productivity And Employee Satisfaction

In addition to reduced costs, our programs deliver increased employee productivity and satisfaction, often leading to a decrease in turnover. Each employer is unique. Some need to reduce their worker’s comp costs and claims, while others might prefer to increase productivity and employee sat. But all employers fall somewhere on our value spectrum, meaning that all employers can benefit from ART in the workplace. Where does your company fall?

How It Works

01

Orientation
Training Stakeholders

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Evaluation
Individual Assessment

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Care Process
The Treatment Journey

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Resolution
Determining Success

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Reporting
Measuring Success

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Why Choose Onsite MAT Programs?

With workforce injury costs averaging $1B/week in direct and indirect costs, more employers are investing in onsite PT clinics to lower expenses, reduce absenteeism and presenteeism, and maintain high productivity levels. On average, WorkWell Onsite PT programs reduce injuries and costs by 50%.

Frequently Asked Questions

MAT® was founded on the principle that human movement and exercise are fundamental to human health and that a muscle’s ability to contract efficiently is important for normal movement. Any loss of muscle contraction efficiency may be demonstrated as a loss of motion and decreased physical performance, which may lead to pain and/or the loss of physical capabilities.

MAT® is a specific and unique process for evaluating an individual’s ability to develop efficient muscle contraction(s) by first comparing left and right side range of motion, as the human body is designed to be symmetrical.

If a movement is determined to be asymmetrical (i.e. one limb has a greater range of motion than then opposite limb) as determined by the Comparative Assessment of Mobility or CAM, then we know that one or more muscles that moves the less mobile limb is potentially weak. The muscles that are responsible for moving the limb further are then assessed by the MAT® Specialist to determine if they have lost the ability to contract efficiently.

When it has been determined through testing that a muscle has lost its ability to contract, then precise forces are applied to restore that muscle’s efficiency, re-activating that muscle. As muscles are restored to efficient contraction, MAT® uses a system of accountability (checks and balances) to ensure that any increases in motion and symmetry are accompanied by improvements in a muscle’s contractile ability.

Actually yes! MAT is a precise and focused exercise process that can be used as an adjunct to any number of other exercise processes. MAT can help an individual prepare for exercise, help someone sustain an exercise program and support rehabilitation for certain conditions when deemed appropriate by medical providers.

MAT® does not force change on the body but instead works with it to make improvements, causing changes in motion via improvements in muscle contraction. An MAT® specialist listens to your body’s responses and changes their treatment decisions based on these responses. Each client is treated as an individual with their own muscular weaknesses and compensation patterns. Therefore, no treatment session is ever the same.

MAT® does not diagnose or treat pathology, but works to improve a muscle’s contractile capabilities and the resulting range of motion and strength of that muscle/limb. By improving these aspects, a person will see an increased ability for exercise and physical performance.

MAT® differentiates itself from other techniques because it never attempts to directly lengthen or change the muscle by stretching, heating, kneading, or foam rolling. MAT® is not trying to “relax” muscle, but instead tries to “activate” the muscle, so that your body is better prepared to handle the forces that come from exercise and every day movements.

The first and major indication is that something may not feel right. This can be seen as joint pain, muscle tension or instability of a joint, or in other words tight hamstrings, tight lower back, shin splints, aching knees, or a hyper-extended joint. Any feelings of pain or tightness can be signs of possible muscle weakness.

Yes! MAT® is an exercise-based process and research on exercise and its ability to improve health is well established. It is acknowledged that muscles are designed to stabilize the joints, so any improvement in muscle function may prevent the loss of physical performance often associated with arthritis and aging.

Many times a loss in muscle mass, or sarcopenia, is seen with aging. Because MAT® ensures that each muscle is receiving a signal to contract, when you exercise with load, your body will now have the ability to maintain or gain muscle mass, thus reducing or eliminating sarcopenia. This can also reduce joint stresses that lead to, or exacerbate, arthritic conditions.

MAT is a technique that helps athletes recover from competitive stress quickly and help them prevent future injuries. MAT prepares the body to be more efficient in training and athletic performance. In order to reach optimal performance capabilities, an athlete is forced to train at high intensity levels. Because of this, there is always the risk for injury. Some athletes may be predisposed to an injury, due to muscular contraction inefficiencies that place increased stress on joints and tissues. When training at a high level, these inefficiencies are magnified, and sometimes the body can no longer handle the stress, eventually breaking down. It is like driving a car with bad alignment. The faster you drive it, the faster the tires are going to wear out. The body functions in much the same way.

The goal of MAT is to address the weakness before an injury occurs. Conventional therapy will typically treat the symptom, but the cause of the problem is typically left unaddressed. The end result is that the athlete does not heal, or they go on to experience repetitive injuries, or a more severe injury. MAT not only helps to prevent injuries, but it can also assist a rehabilitation process. By balancing the muscular system, MAT® provides an improved environment for restoring physical performance. This allows the athlete to return to sport sooner with improved athletic capabilities.

The answer is – maybe. If you have muscles that have been weakened due to prolonged stress or sudden trauma, then moving them into a position of vulnerability (contraction) may result in other muscles taking over or compensating. This leads to the weak muscles staying weak and the strong muscles getting stronger. This can lead to joint deterioration and chronic problems like tendonitis and arthritis due to imbalanced forces acting on the joint. The best course of action is to properly assess which specific motions are limited and which muscles are weakened and then to take a course of action to improve your muscle function.

MAT can tell you which muscles are weak, and then give you the tools to improve these weaknesses, so that you can get back to participating in the sports/activities that you enjoy from a position of strength.

Cut Workplace Injuries in Half

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