Graston Technique

What is Graston Technique?

Graston technique is a technique used with up to 6 different stainless steel tools to help break-up scar tissue, decrease fascial restrictions, and help with desensitizing tissues. The goal is to help restore motion, decrease pain, and speed up the rehabilitation process. Some of the most common treatments Graston is used for are: ankle pain (achilles tendonosis), wrist pain (carpal tunnel syndrome), neck pain, hamstring injuries, IT Band syndrome, tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), back pain, knee pain (patellofemoral pain syndrome), heel pain (plantar fasciitis), shoulder pain (rotator cuff tendonosis), shin splints, and many forms of post-surgical and post injury scar tissue formation.