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Graston Technique

Info graphic describing "What is Soft Tissue? And why is it important?"

Graston Technique's muscle treatment techniques have been seen in many outpatient clinics worldwide. Using specialized stainless steel tools that are uniquely shaped and weighted to treat different parts of the body, Graston Techniques can treat deep tissues conditions more effectively than other methods, such as transverse friction massage.

When a muscle is damaged, the body creates adhesions to limit the muscle’s motion while it heals. Unfortunately, these adhesions don’t always go away after the muscles is healed, which leads to limited mobility and function, as well as muscle pain. Graston Technique works to detect and release muscle adhesions to restore the muscle’s full functionality.

When Graston Technique is combined with stretches and strength training, it can lead to more complete healing in a much shorter time than most other methods.

Conditions Treatable By Graston Technique

A wealth of studies has shown Graston Technique to be a very effective treatment for:

*IT Band Syndrome (Knee pain associated with running, cycling, and weight-lifting)

*Lower Back Pain

*Neck Pain

*Muscle Strains

*Painful Scarring

*Plantar Fascitis (Pain in the arch of the foot)

*Post-Bone-Fracture Pain

*Tendonitis

There are many other painful and restrictive conditions associated with muscles adhesions that Graston Technique can be extremely beneficial for. Talk to your doctor or a therapist to find out about any conditions not listed above.

Arizona’s Best Graston Technique Providers

Arizona Chriopractic & Holistic Health Clinic is licensed and highly qualified to make full use of GrastonTechnique. Our specially trained staff can work to provide the best benefit from this already beneficial and advantageous treatment option.

Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health Clinic offers free consultations to any new patient – schedule yours today, and get on the road to a quick and easy recovery.



“Faster and Better Outcomes.” What Is Soft Tissue? And Why Is It Important? Graston Technique, n.d. Web. 21 June 2017.

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