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Andrew O’Neil     

“Pain and tightness are usually symptoms of muscle imbalances. We identify and correct these imbalances; stabilizing joints and restoring pain free range of motion. When the cause of the dysfunction is properly addressed, the symptoms (pain/tightness) are diminished or eliminated.”

-Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science;

-Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology (M.Ed.);

-Certified in Muscle Activation Techniques (M.A.T.);

-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS

Andrew started his career in fitness in 1998, and has experience in general fitness training, sport-specific training, late stage rehabilitation and cardiac rehab.  He has been a MAT Certified Specialist since 2007.  He specializes in restoring clients’ range of motion while reducing or eliminating joint pain.  MAT seeks to identify and eliminate muscle compensation by re-establishing optimal nerve response to muscles.  This allows clients to experience a return to activities that are important to them with more motion and less pain.  Andrew uses MAT principles when training his clients which “bridges the gap” between rehab and exercise.

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