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The Graston technique is used for soft tissue injuries. Graston uses stainless steel instruments with unique angles for effective therapy. It treats chronic, acute or post surgical and restores your pain-free movement. It’s a noninvasive method of healing. The Graston Technique is never used on it’s own, it’s part of a full treatment process. Graston is used be more than 25,000 clinicians worldwide and most patients have a positive response by the third session. GT is an innovative, evidence based form of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization the enables clinicians to detect and effectively break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions, as well as maintain optimal range of motion. It is clinically proven to achieve faster and better outcomes for acute and chronic conditions.
Graston treats acute and chronic conditions, including:
It’s not designed to cause bruises or be painful. Minor discomfort during your session might be experienced based on the area and severity of the condition. Dr. Wayne Hansen is able to recognize these symptoms and adjust the intensity of his treatment to help with the discomfort.
Dr. Wayne Hansen is currently the only Certified Graston Provider who is a chiropractor practicing in Salt Lake County since 2010. He has twice as much training as those who are not certified. A certified provider understands how to treat more conditions and also has better outcomes than those without as much training. Certified providers understand that Graston doesn’t have to hurt to work. Trusting an untrained individual can lead to more harm as they can cause damage to the tissue if the tools aren’t used correctly. Contact Dr. Wayne Hansen today to schedule an appointment.
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