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Graston Technique® in Mueller

Graston TechniqueThis innovative and patented new approach to medicine involves an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique. Offered at Whole Family Chiropractors, it’s performed with stainless steel instruments that break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions, reducing pain and restoring your function.

When pain is caused by myofascial tightness within the fascial system (the web of connective tissue that spreads throughout the body and surrounds every muscle, bone, nerve blood vessel, and organ to the cellular level) the diagnosis is more difficult, as fascia restrictions do not show up on MRI scans or X-rays.

Reducing the Effects of Trauma

When connective tissues such as muscles, ligaments or tendons become restricted or scarred, it can result in pain, tenderness, and loss of flexibility and motion. It’s not unusual to find a restriction in one or more parts of the body that are producing pain and dysfunction in another area of the body. These restrictions can occur after direct trauma to the body, such as a car accident or sports injury or from repetitive stress on the body over time.

This technology is being used by U.S. Track and Field, professional and college sports teams and in hospitals and clinics. The Graston Technique® decreases your length of treatment, provides faster rehabilitation and recovery, reduces the need for anti-inflammatory medication and helps in relieving chronic conditions once thought to be permanent.

Deep Healing for Many Complaints

At Whole Family Chiropractors, we have seen how this approach offers a deeper tissue solution for fibrous adhesions and scar tissue than traditional massage can provide. By providing Graston Technique®, when appropriate, in addition to spinal adjustments, our patients are experiencing better and faster results than most other physical modalities offer.

The common issues we treat with the Graston Technique® include

  • Back pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (wrist pain)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Golfers elbow
  • Knee pain
  • Leg muscle injuries
    (IT band, hamstring, quadriceps, etc.)
  • Neck pain
  • Plantar fasciitis (ankle and foot pain)
  • Scar tissue adhesions
  • Shin splints
  • Shoulder pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Trigger finger

Learn More

For more information on the Graston Technique® in Mueller, please visit their web site at grastontechnique.com. Or, contact us today!
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