Technique Graston

Graston® technique

The Graston® technique makes it possible to effectively detect and treat soft tissue injuries, namely muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. During a soft tissue injury, scar tissue (also called adhesions) is often formed and prevents the muscle, tendon or ligament from functioning properly. The Graston® technique aims, using stainless steel instruments that are slid over the tissues, to break adhesions and stimulate the body to properly repair injured tissues.

The Graston® technique is very effective, among other things, for the treatment of tendinitis, epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis or any other inflammatory injury or injury that has created adhesions.