- Immobile scar tissue
- Neck and back myofascial pain
- Muscle spasm
- Achilles tendinitis
- Planter fasciitis
The Graston Technique is designed to manage both acute and soft tissue injuries using six stainless steel Instruments with various edges and curves. These tools are specifically designed to restore and improve myofascial pain by breaking down scar tissues and myofascial adhesions. Therapists must be certified in the Graston Technique before they can perform. St. Mary Rehabilitation is one of the few places you will find with Graston certified Therapists.