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Movement Analysis Test (M.A.T.)

Movement Analysis Test (M.A.T.) is a medical test performed inside the Green Room.

Movement Analysis Test (M.A.T.) is a 2-dimension (2D) biomechanical evaluation test, performed by physicians and carried out in order to predict the risk of lower limb injury. It also helps to evaluate whether the patient is ready to return to sport training, reducing the risk of re-injury.

The test was developed for the evaluation of movement patterns in patients with lower limb injuries, especially those involving the knee (for example anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), rupture or Patellofemoral syndrome). It is also recommended for the evaluation of motor patterns in patients with hip, ankle, back and muscular issues. Furthermore, it is indicated for the evaluation of healthy athletes, in order to help establish a correct prevention programme.

The Movement Analysis Test (M.A.T.) consists of 2D frontal and lateral evaluation of six sport-specific patterns with high speed cameras and a dedicated software for the movement analysis.

During the test the patient can observe in real time, with slow motion images, their movements and identify, with the help of the physician, the correct ones. The series of six movements are evaluated according to five objective criteria. The explanation of the test includes results with a final score. The result is considered optimal if the test score is ≥90%.

Based on the results obtained from the Movement Analysis Test (M.A.T.) the physician is able to prescribe personalized neuromotor and neuromuscular training based sessions aimed to correct the movement dysfunction, to accelerate the rehabilitation and to reduce the risk of re-injury.

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