Multiple Applications Table

5 in 1 Treatment & Exercise Table

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Meet MAT

The Multiple Applications Treatment table (MAT) is the Swiss army knife of traction tables and physical therapist equipment. Designed by physical therapists for physical therapists, that MAT table is one simple invention that provides the function of five different products.

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What is MAT?

The MAT does exercises in a new way, like no other product can. It is a multiple modality exercise apparatus that also may be used as a treatment table, taction table, and much more. It was designed by physical therapists for both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation centers. The unique components of the MAT allow for all—from athletes to bariatric patients—to transfer on and off the table without fear of falling.  It can accomplish five functions with the footprint of one machine, supports 500 lbs., and possesses fully electric tilt functions. Until now, this type of equipment has not been available to physical therapists.

The MAT Table

Across the nation, the MAT table is quickly becoming a new normal for clinics both large and small. The versatility of the MAT table makes it perfect for applications as nursing home equipment as well as physical therapy equipment for patients of all ages, sizes, and needs. For more information on what makes the MAT table so special, we invite you to click any of the links below to see how the MAT table is changing the world one clinic at a time.

General Features

The larger size of the MAT allows for all, including bariatric patients, to transfer on and off the table without fear of falling. Optional handrails, which are available to attach to either side of the rigid frame, add to the patients safety and sense of security.   Because the MAT transitions easily from a full-electric treatment table to a piece of exercise equipment, the risk of injury to patient or therapist is significantly decreased as compared to other traction tables.

Without the patient ever having to leave the table, it can be transformed from a treatment table to a traction table, to a multiple applications lower extremity exercise machine. Without needing to change tables, the patient will have less anxiety and fear. This makes compliance to the exercise program and recovery with needed medical treatment more likely. This also improves therapist productivity and patient outcomes. After many hours of searching catalogues and the US patent database no such product has been found on the market.