Want to expand your Graston Technique knowledge? Check out these additional education opportunities that will level up your GT skills and certification, provide detailed information on how to treat specific body parts, or refresh and update what you already know.

GT UNIVERSITY ONLINE COURSES

Credential: Graston Technique Specialist (GTS)

The GTS Credential signifies the highest level of GT therapy proficiency and represents the culmination of your training. Acquire your GTS credential after completing M2 Advanced Training and show the world that you’re an expert. 

Graston Technique Webisodes

Polish up your GT skills with our weekly webinar replays. Learn more about using Graston Technique to treat specific issues such as tension headaches, stiff shoulders, plantar fasciitis, trigger points, and more.

M1 Essential Training: Updates & Revisions

The primary purpose of this online course is to provide the Graston Technique therapy trained/certified clinician with an review of the latest materials, concepts, skills and research we currently include in our M1-Essential Training course. 

M2 Updates & Revisions Online Course

This course provides the Graston Technique (GT) trained/certified clinician with an overview of the latest materials, concepts, skills, and research that we currently include in our M1 and M2 courses but with an emphasis on the complete M2 curriculum.

GRASTON TECHNIQUE ONLINE COURSES AT MEDBRIDGE

Learn more Graston Technique therapy treatment techniques through our BOC-approved Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) courses at MedBridge®. These courses are intended to complement Graston Technique training and are not a substitute. Use any of the links below for a special discount on a MedBridge® subscription.

Dysfunctional Breathing

In this two part series, Jackie Shakar, DPT, MS, OCS, LAT, will review respiratory mechanics and physiology under normal and pathological conditions, and identify abnormal or dysfunctional breathing patterns that can be evaluated in their patients.

Plantar Fasciosis

In this course, assessment and treatment strategies will be explored in light of current evidence regarding the most effective strategies to alleviate plantar heel pain due to fasciosis. Manual therapy strategies highlight the application of GT therapy as it is applied dynamically and under load.

Elbow Tendonalgia

Mike Ploski analyzes the current evidence related to the evaluation and treatment of elbow tendonalgia, reviews the principles of Graston Technique, and offers rationale for use in accordance with current literature and histopathological implications.

Treating the Sensitive Nervous System

In this two part series, Jackie Shakar, DPT, MS, OCS, LAT, describes a multimodal intervention approach to the sensitive nervous system that incorporates Graston Technique, pain neuroscience education, and a neurodevelopmental approach to movement re-education.

Patellar Tendinosis

This course is designed to discuss the current evidence related to the histology of tendinosis, the theoretical research related to the tenocyte progenitor cell, the principles related to dynaments and the importance of a global assessment.

Achilles Tendinosis

This course is designed to discuss the current evidence related to the histology of tendinosis, the theoretical research related to the tenocyte progenitor cell, the principles related to dynaments and the importance of a global assessment.