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Graston Technique

Graston Technique

Graston Technique

The Graston Technique is an instrument-assisted technique for soft-tissue mobilization. This technique is effective for treating injuries to the muscles, tendons, and ligaments, which are among the most common causes of pain and disability. These conditions can arise from repetitive stress, acute injuries or other causes and result in many bothersome symptoms. Symptoms commonly include stiffness, inflammation, referred pain, and decreased range of motion, among others. 

This innovative, non-intrusive technique features the use of ergonomic instruments to assist in the mobilization of soft tissue. The provider uses these tools to gently “scrape” the surface of the affected areas to provide relief. Breaking up static, tense tissues and freeing fluids to move through the areas is crucial to relieving pain while restoring function. The Graston Technique helps treat many common soft-tissue conditions, including:

Graston Technique in Austin

The Graston Technique can serve as a valuable part of the healing process for some cases. Our medical providers typically recommend Graston alongside Physical Therapy, Chiropractic and/or Manual Therapy treatment plans. It’s also produced strong positive results when accompanied by Laser Therapy. Furthermore, this approach, which has even helped patients avoid surgery in the past, has made Austin Preferred a top location for the Graston Technique in Austin, Texas.

For more information or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin location, call (512) 442-2727. Moreover, you can visit our Services and Conditions pages for more information on treatment at Austin Preferred.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How long will it take for me to feel results from Graston?

A: While some patients experience improvement right away, we recommend 2-3 sessions for the most beneficial results.

Q: Does health insurance cover the Graston Technique in Austin?

A: Most major health insurances cover Graston as a beneficial Manual Therapy technique. Austin Preferred also offers reasonable self-pay rates for those without coverage. 

Q: Will the Graston Technique help treat my condition?

A: Although this modality is applicable to many medical complaints, it isn’t the answer in every case. Our providers will still need to evaluate each patient initially to determine the best approach to treatment.

Q: Why should I choose Austin Preferred for Graston in Austin?

A: The providers at Austin Preferred have helped numerous patients find relief using this technique, including some who though surgery was their only option. See the video below.

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