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Graston Technique with Massage

starting at $75

From 30 minutes to 2 hours


Graston Technique® (GT) Therapy is an evidence-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) that allows for precise detection and treatment of fascial restrictions as well as muscle and tendondysfunction. 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 to permit athletes andindivicuals (even childrens and during your pregnancy) to recover effectively and expeditiously.

The use of GT instruments, when combined with appropriate therapeutic exercise or stretches leads to the restoration of pain-free movement and function. The instruments also are used diagnostically to assess the kinetic chain, in an efficient manner using the principles of regional interdependence. Graston Technique allows Integral clinicians to efficiently break down scar tissue and movement restrictions.

What are the benefits of Graston Technique:

  • Improved clinician diagnostic skills and decreased treatment time

  • Increased specificity of tissue treatment and increased mechanical advantage over hands-on massage techniques

  • Quicker and improved outcomes

  • Allows the client to feel abnormal tissue texture as the Integral clinician does

  • Faster return to function and return to sport

  • Improved surgical outcomes via management of scar tissue

What conditions can Graston Technique resolve?

  • Tennis elbow

  • Golfer’s elbow

  • Rotator cuff tendonitis

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Jumper’s knee

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome

  • De Quervain’s syndrome

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • IT Band syndrome

  • Chronic compartment syndromes

  • Trigger finger

  • Myofascial pain syndromes

  • Post-surgical scar tissue

  • MCL/LCL sprains

  • Coronary ligament sprains

  • AC ligament sprains

  • Ankle sprains

  • Swelling reduction

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome

  • Secondary soft tissue lesions

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