The Instruments and Training you receive as a Clinician are only the beginning.

The Instruments and Training you receive as a Clinician are only the beginning.

Graston Training Overview

When you become a Graston Technique® Provider, you are joining over 43,000 clinicians standing at the cutting edge of IASTM research and education. To help you get the most from your GT Training, we’ve created a path that will take you from the foundation to the highest level of training.

EssentIal Training

Starting here, you’ll develop a foundation of GT Therapy by learning fundamental concepts and principles. During the training, Clinicians will learn how to work with instruments and apply techniques.

Advanced Training

In this advanced course, you will build on your skills for successful management of musculoskeletal dysfunction. Advanced Training introduces advanced skills incorporating movement, with resistance, in weight bearing, during provocation, and with therapeutic exercise.

Additional Education

Developed with the GT Provider in mind, these supplemental courses build on the treatment principles established in our M1 Essential and M2 Advanced training. This library of continuing education courses are presented in a self-paced online format.

GTS Credential

You’ve done it! The Graston Technique Specialist Credential (GTS) is the highest level of Graston Technique certification that can be attained. By earning this Credential, you can officially call yourself a Graston Technique Specialist.

What Clinicians Are Saying…

Lucas Donelan, PTA, Vancouver Spine & Orthopedic Rehab Center, Vancouver, Washington

“Taking GT was a great experience and I believe this technique will save thousands of therapists hands and increase the longevity of their careers.”

Lucas Donelan, PTA, Vancouver Spine & Orthopedic Rehab Center, Vancouver, Washington

“Taking GT was a great experience and I believe this technique will save thousands of therapists hands and increase the longevity of their careers.”

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