This technique in Athens utilizess a set of six stainless steel dull-edged instruments, for soft tissue mobilization therapy and fascial restrictions. Each instrument is individual and precise as it is designed for a specific part of the body. This allows for better pinpointing of the exact area of concern. Graston focuses on stretching connective tissue and muscle fibers to promote healing. Typical treatment time is over a four-to-five-week period. “Graston Technique is Clinically Proven to Achieve Quicker and Better Outcomes in Treating”
It is backed by over twenty years of research, clinical studies, and clinical utilization. The name of the technique comes from the creator, David Graston. Graston himself was a machinist by trade who suffered a knee injury. While frustrated his healing process was taking quite a long time, Graston made a set of instruments to aid in his healing. When his newly created instruments proved effective, Graston approached the medical and research board at Ball Memorial Hospital and Ball State University. With this, the further refining and development of the this technique was born. Two new research areas that have come from Graston within the past 2 years have been: Orthotics and Equestrian Modules.
Graston Technique® can be used to treat any movement system dysfunction that has been determined to have a soft tissue component.
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