Graston Technique Instruments
Graston Technique Instruments

 Graston Technique (GT) is a soft tissue therapy used for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Interdisciplinary professionals such as chiropractors, athletic trainers, hand therapist, physical and occupational therapist utilize GT.

Graston Technique consists of six different instruments with concave/convex shapes designed to mold to various body parts. These instruments allow the clinician to locate different adhesions and restrictions in muscles.  Furthermore, where instruments do not compress like the fat pads of our fingers a clinician can access deeper restrictions.


Graston Technique on Shoulder
Graston Technique on Shoulder

 Graston works on a principle of breaking down scar tissue, increasing blood flow to injured areas while allotting faster recovery. In addition, with graston multiple muscles may be treated at once decreasing overall time of treatment.

Graston Technique is currently being used by multiple professional sports organizations such as the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB and the PGA Tour. Graston Technique has been clinically shown to achieve faster and better outcomes in both acute and chronic injuries such as:


Achilles Tendinitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Golfers Elbow         

Patellofemoral Problems

Plantar Fasciitis

Rotator Cuff Tendinitis

Shin Splints

Sprains/ Strains
Tennis Elbow     
Trigger Finger


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