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Graston Technique® (GT) therapy is an evidence-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that allows for precise detection and treatment of fascial restrictions as well as muscle and tendon dysfunction. Following the kinetic chain, GT therapy Providers can target and specifically treat affected tissues often resolving issues once thought to be permanent utilizing specifically designed instruments.
The instruments amplify tactile feedback allowing you to feel deeper and more subtly than is possible with your hands alone. The difference is dramatic and you may wonder how you ever performed manual therapy without them.
Our focus is on providing you with the highest quality training and instruments available, enabling you to meet your goals and the goals of your patients.
We'll keep you up-to-date on the latest news, research and clinical insights and provide you with community of like-minded individuals to share advice, solutions, and stories with the collective aim of improving your patient's quality of life.
We'll support you every step of the way. We understand the different needs of our clinicians and are ready to be there when you need us.
While there are many benefits to Graston Technique® therapy from a clinical and therapeutic perspective, these are some of the key benefits you should know about.
More precise and efficient assessment and treatment. The amplified tactile feedback our instruments allows for faster detection and treatment of soft tissue conditions.
Reduce stress on your hands. With the proper technique our instruments become extensions of your hands and can significantly reduce the stress associated with performing manual therapy.
Patient success and quality of life. Research has demonstrated that patients often experience better, faster results when treated with Graston Technique® therapy.
The importance of proper training when performing Graston Technique® therapy cannot be overstated in our opinion. That's why we cover everything from the basic physiological principles of the technique to the proper use of our instruments and how to apply it to soft tissue injuries.View Training Schedule
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