Matching Logic is a framework for specifying programming language semantics and reasoning about programs. Its formulas are called patterns and are built with variables, symbols, connectives and quantifiers. A pattern is a combination of structural components (term patterns), which must be matched, and constraints (predicate patterns), which must be satisfied. Dealing with more than one structural component in a pattern could be cumbersome because it involves multiple matching operations. A source for getting patterns with many structural components is the conjunction of patterns. Here, we propose a method that uses a syntactic unification algorithm to transform conjunctions of structural patterns into equivalent patterns having only one structural component and some additional constraints. We prove the soundness and the completeness of our approach, and we provide sound strategies to generate certificates for the equivalences.