Graston Technique Edmonton

Graston Technique

Graston Technique

Graston Technique Edmonton

Graston Technique Edmonton

Relief your pain using the Graston technique.

Graston technique uses therapeutic tools to help your recovery from various activities and parts of your body that have sustained musculoskeletal injuries. The therapeutic instrument is produced out of stainless steel with diverse designs and bevel that assists in performing soft tissue mobilization before the use of hands 

If you are suffering from ligament, chronic muscle inflammation, pain, or sustained tendons or fascia injury, you can ease your pain if you choose this treatment session. To schedule an appointment with one of our physiotherapists, contact Family Physiotherapy. We will recommend a proper treatment plan to achieve the comfort you deserve. 

What is Graston Technique? 

Graston technique necessitates a stainless-steel tool used by physiotherapists to complete a soft tissue mobilization to release the scar tissue, progress motion range, and lessen fascial restriction. With the aid of the device, a measured microtrauma is established around parts of soft tissue fibrosis or excessive scarring. It triggers a local inflammatory answer that enables healing and repairing affected parts of your body. 

The effect of the up and down movement of the instrument over your affected parts develops adhesions to break up your scar tissues and constrained fascia. As the process continues, the range of motion gets reestablished, adhered fibers are concentrated, and finally, pain is eliminated.  The primary purpose of this form of therapy treatment is to help you remodify the affected soft tissues into normal functioning tissues in your body part. 

Benefits of the Graston Technique

Depending on your condition, Graston tools can be used with several methods and compression. Some of the benefits of the Graston technique include; 

  • Improves muscles and joint function 
  • Breaks down restricted areas of soft tissues in your body 
  • Lowers sensitive areas 
  • Improves blood circulation 
  • Allows proper movement of tissues 

Conditions that can be treated using the Graston technique

Some of the common conditions Graston technique have been very effective in treating with impressive outcome include;

  • Whiplash injuries 
  • Acute and chronic sport injuries 
  •  Groin pain 
  • TMJ pain 
  • Tennis and golfer’s elbow 
  • Tendinosis 
  • Plantar fasciitis 
  • Hamstring pain
  • Thoracic pain 
  • Lower back pain from strain, joint dysfunctions, or disc pathology
  • Quadricep pain  

How can the Graston technique be used to treat your pain?

Your muscles comprise different fibers. When these fibers become constricted, toxins are formed. The Graston Technique is used to identify areas of muscle adhesions and scar-like tissue to relieve pain around affected spots in your body using a stainless-steel instrument and a massage practice. 

At Family Physiotherapy, you will be introduced to some specific exercises to warm you up before using a Graston instrument to massage and stretch affected parts to relax the muscle tissues of your body.  At this point, your movement patterns will restore and increase blood circulation in injured tissues. 

Graston technique is safe, non-invasive, and 100% effective in treating chronic pain and inflammation. If you undergo this kind of therapy, you will likely experience minor discomfort and bruises after completing the program. You should make sure to notify your physiotherapist if the treatment process is causing you distress. But we can assure you that our specialist will try as much as possible to make the process seamless and pain-free.

Contact us today!!!

Have you tried different pain-relieving medications if you are undergoing any of the above signs? However, if your condition persists, you can always Contact Family Physiotherapy Clinic to book an appointment with a specialist trained in Graston techniques. We can ensure a smooth treatment and fast recovery once you select the Graston technique treatment plan.