What is it?
The Graston Technique is an evidence-based form of soft tissue mobilization. It allows practitioners to detect and correct forms of soft tissue dysfunction. Dysfunction within the tissue can be a result from scar tissue (after a surgery or injury) or any type of fascial restriction that prevents healthy tissue from functioning normally.
The design of the stainless-steel instruments allow for practitioners to detect exactly where the adhesions are located and treat them specifically. Adhesions are then broken up, enabling damaged tissue to heal properly. As a result, many injuries recover faster reducing the need for anti-inflammatory medications.