Achilles Tendinosis/itis (ankle pain)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (wrist pain)
Cervical Sprain/Strain (neck pain)
Lateral Epicondylosis/itis (tennis elbow)
Lumbar Sprain/Strain (back pain)
Medial Epicondylosis/itis (golfer's elbow)
Patellofemoral Disorders (knee pain)
Plantar Fasciitis (foot pain)
Rotator Cuff Tendinosis/itis (shoulder pain)
Women's Health (Post-Mastectomy and Caesarean Scarring)
Our unique method utilizes techniques and instruments that enable your physical and occupational therapists, chiropractors, athletic trainers and hand therapists to treat fascial restrictions and scar tissue as well as help you regain range of motion throughout your rehabilitation.
The GT method is designed to allow your medical professional to treat the deep layers of tissue in order to change the way your body receives pain signals. The instruments used in the method make contact with scar tissue, fascial restrictions and adhesions, and work to reduce and break down the elements that cause pain. After a number of treatments, range of motion is restored and pain signals are reduced, leaving you with proper functioning tissue rather than a soft tissue injury.
There are a number of choices medical providers have when it comes to their treatments. A GT-trained clinician has invested in their career by adopting the most effective technique available for soft tissue injuries. GT’s commitment to very high educational standards ensures you will receive the best treatment possible.
Reduces treatment time
Speeds up recovery and rehabilitation
Reduces reliance on pharmaceutical medications
Effectively treats chronic conditions to increase quality of life
GT does not need to be considered “painful” to be effective. Please inform your clinician if you are experiencing discomfort anytime during treatment. Patients usually receive two treatments per week during a four-to-five week period. Most patients have a positive response by the third to fourth treatment.
Graston Technique® is accepted nationwide by elite athletes and everyday patients, as one of the most effective treatments for rehabilitation and range of motion maintenance, especially when combined with other treatment modalities such as exercise. Contact your health care provider today or locate one here to find out if you can benefit from GT.
DETAILS | August 2012
“My trainer, Keenan [Robinson], uses Graston tools, these little metal crowbars. He carves them into my shoulder blades, my back, my knee, my hamstrings – wherever I’m really tight – to loosen things up.”
Runner Kathleen Jobes Rebounds From Torn Hamstring, Looking Toward Olympic Trials by Kelly Huth
The Express-Times | April 2013
Eisenberg says she’s been treating Jobes since 2012, focusing on the Graston technique, stretching and strengthening exercises with an emphasis on eccentric exercises (an active contraction of muscle while it’s being lengthened).
Positive Sign for Recovery
San Francisco 49ers Ian Williams posts video of his post-surgical rehabilitation by @SoCaliSteph
SB Nation | March 2015
As you can see from the video, Williams is having therapy on his left ankle and lower leg. Some were curious what type of therapy was being done. It looked to me to be the Graston technique, when specific tools are used to detect and relieve adhesions from muscle and tendons. Adhesions are bands of scar tissue that adhere or bind two organs or tissues together.
Note from GT: For all football fans, we’d like to clarify that GT does not need to be considered “painful” to be effective. We encourage all patients to inform their clinician when they experience discomfort during treatment. For most patients, treatment time is usually no more than 10 minutes per region. We’re proud the 49ers use Graston Technique® and we hope they have a winning season!