If you are experiencing pain, stiffness, or inflammation in your muscles and joints, you may want to consider getting graston done, at your next office visit.
This form of therapy is designed to help relieve pain and improve mobility. In this blog post, we will discuss what Graston Technique is and how it can help you get relief from your pain!
Graston technique used to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries. It involves the application of specialized stainless-steel instruments that are designed to detect and break down adhesions, scar tissue, and fascial restrictions in the body. This allows for a greater range of motion, improved function, and faster healing. The Graston technique is commonly used by physical therapists, chiropractors, and other medical professionals to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries.
Is Graston Painful?
No, You may experience some soreness afterward, but that is normal and should resolve within 48 hours. After a few treatments, the area should feel looser and able to move freely. The Graston Technique is great for reducing pain and improving soft-tissue mobility.
The Benefits of Graston:
Increases Blood Flow
What Conditions can it Treat?
Gaston Can Treat Various Soft Tissue Injuries in muscles, Tendons,Ligaments, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Shin Splints, Tennis Elbow, Fibromyalgia, Plantar Fasciitis, Sciatica ..And More
How Long Does this Technique take?
Each session typically takes 10-15 Minutes, though this can vary depending on the condition being treated. You can watch an information video, that will describe and explain what Graston is and how it is used on our patients daily; by watching this informational video.
Physical Therapy Can help patients recover from pain. If you’re experiencing Back pain, Shoulder pain, Knee pain, Neck pain, Elbow pain, Hip pain, or Arthritis pain, an Athletic Trainer, chiropractor, or massage therapist here at Attuned Vitality And Chiropractic can help you get back to feeling your very best!