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Graston Technique

As a chiropractor I have the pleasure of seeing patients of all types in my studio. Most respond well to the style of chiropractic care I provide, but there are always a handful of challenging cases or specific requests that require a different approach in order to achieve the best possible...

“Chiropractors are just spine doctors, right?” I may be going out on a limb here, but let me just stop you right there...

The GT5 or the Boomerang Graston Technique's GT5 or the "boomerang" is the little brother of GT1. They both have a single beveled, concave treatment edge, which is fantastic for the contours of round muscle bellies. GT5 is also different in that it is smaller, the treatment bevel is a little more...

Time to bring out the big guns! GT1 is the largest instrument in the Graston Technique family, and it is my go-to when I have a large area to assess and treat. Like i mentioned in my look at GT5, GT1 is a similar instrument, with its concave, single beveled edge....

Are you ready for the tongue depressor? Welcome to my second of six posts highlighting each the Graston Technique (GT) instruments! Today we'll be looking at GT3, AKA the 'tongue depressor'. So you've read all about GT4 and how its typically the first instrument I use to identify soft tissue lesions, well GT3 is usually the...

An introduction to Graston Technique If you're already a patient of mine you will be very familiar with Graston Technique (GT) and how I use it, but there are many who have never experienced it. So I've created a series of posts to give you a better understanding of the GT...