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The Science Behind Graston Technique

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization for improving ankle dorsiflexion range of motion in healthy patients: a critically appraised topic

Author: Gardiner-Shires AM, Seffrin CB Source: International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training (Ahead of Print) Published: 2020

The Immediate Effects of Instrumented-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization on Range of Motion, Strength, and Power in the Lower Extremity: A Critically Appraised Topic.

Author: Syeda M, Bartholomew J, Santiago S, Peterson J., Baker RT and Cheatham SW
Source: International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 1(aop), pp.1-7.
Published: 2020

An Analysis of Graston Technique® for Soft-Tissue Therapy.

Author: McKivigan JM, Tulimero G.
Source: Rehabilitation Science, 5(4), 31.
Published: 2020

An Evidence-to-Practice Review on the Efficacy of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.

Author: Moore MG, Daley AR, Winkelmann ZK.
Source: Clinical Practice in Athletic Training, 3(3), 4-11.
Published: 2020

Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization in the management of musculoskeletal pain: a literature review with implications for clinical practice guidelines

Author: Bitra M, Sudhan SG
Source: Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research 13(12), 1-5
Published: 2019

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization: A systematic review and effect-size analysis

Author: Seffrin CB, Cattano NM, Reed MA, Gardiner-Shires AM
Source: Journal of Athletic Training, 54(7)
Published: 2019

The comparison of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and self-stretch measures to increase shoulder range of motion in overhead athletes: a critically appraised topic.

Author: Hussey MJ, Boron-Magulick AE, Valovich McLeod TC, Welch Bacon CE
Source: Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 27, 385-389
Published: 2018