Graston Technique

Graston Technique

Graston Technique may be included in your medical massage session, depending on your specific needs and goals. Our therapists are trained in this technique and can incorporate it into your treatment as appropriate.

Graston Technique, also known as IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), is a scientifically proven and evidence based therapy which utilizes bevel edged medical-grade stainless steel, convex and concaved instruments to target and release tissue restrictions. Graston is highly effective for treating a variety of conditions such as muscle strains, sprains, loss of range of motion and chronic pain just to name a few, by breaking down adhesions and scar tissue within the targeted area.

The team here at REMassage are highly trained and certified Graston Technique specialists and are able to incorporate this highly advanced technique into your medical massage sessions, depending on your specific needs and goals. During your session, our therapists will use these instruments to detect and treat areas of soft tissue restriction while providing a therapeutic stretch to the affected tissue.

In addition to providing immediate relief, Graston Technique has an effect that can improve your overall health, giving you an increase in mobility, and strength. If you're searching to achieve optimal health and wellness, Graston Technique may very well be a perfect addition to your treatment plan or medical massage session session. Book your appointment now and experience the benefits of Graston.

The Graston Technique was developed by a former athlete and chiropractor, who found that the use of stainless steel instruments was effective in breaking up scar tissue and improving range of motion. The instruments are designed to glide over the skin using a small amount of emollient in order to detect areas of restriction, which can be treated through the application of advanced techniques in pressure delivery and stretching.

During a Graston Technique session, the therapist will use the instruments to massage and stretch the affected area, applying a specific amount of pressure to break up scar tissue and improving mobility. The therapist may also use other techniques such as ice, heat, and stretching to further enhance the treatment.

Graston is a non-invasive treatment option that has been shown to be highly effective in relieving pain while improving motion function and providing pain relief in countless individuals.

Overall, Graston Technique is a valuable tool for many manual therapists and can be a highly effective treatment option for those suffering from muscle and tissue injuries or chronic pain.

Graston Technique