Graston/Blading

Graston technique involves the use of a stainless steel instrument and special massage technique to break up adhesions in the muscles. This induces a controlled microtrauma which promotes healing and recovery. The Graston method increases blood flow and muscle recruitment. It is beneficial in the treatment of acute and chronic injuries as well as patients suffering from chronic pain. Here are some benefits of undergoing a treatment using Graston.

Graston therapy is a technique that is derived from traditional Chinese medicine. This technique is also known as scraping, Graston, or instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). The practice uses a stainless steel scraping tool to break up the soft tissue and facilitate blood flow. It is highly effective in the treatment of acute and chronic conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and tendon dysfunction.

Graston technique can be combined with other chiropractic techniques. It is most commonly used for chronic back pain. It can also be used to treat post-surgical conditions. When performed regularly, patients will experience a reduction in inflammation and increased range of movement. In addition to reducing pain, Graston technique will improve muscle performance and prevent injury. This technique has a variety of applications. So, if you're suffering from back pain, it's worth a try.

Graston technique works by disrupting the fibrotic tissues in the body. This method is beneficial in increasing range of motion, decreasing pain, and promoting a more balanced and healthy body. The process of a therapist's work depends on the body part treated, the level of patient pain, and the specific instrument used. There are risks associated with Graston technique. If the procedure causes inflammation in the area, the scar tissue can break free from the healthy tissue and lead to a rash.

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