Each time you engage in activities such as texting a friend, reaching into your pocket, driving, or even changing channels with a remote, you rely on the intricate network of muscles, tendons, and ligaments in your hand and wrist. These essential structures play a crucial role in facilitating everyday movements. However, when injuries occur in the wrist, they serve as constant reminders of just how extensively we rely on our hands throughout the day.
What is the Graston Technique?
The Graston Technique has become a staple in the realm of professional, Olympic, and collegiate sports therapy programs. This advanced therapy involves the use of specially-designed stainless steel instruments that feature rounded, concave, and convex edges. It’s important to note that these edges are not sharp, ensuring a safe and comfortable treatment experience. The Graston tools fall under the category of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) and are highly effective in detecting and treating soft tissue fibrosis or chronic inflammation. These instruments enable practitioners to scan the affected areas and pinpoint regions of fibrotic tissue.
With our certified hand therapist’s expertise in the Graston Technique, we offer a comprehensive range of treatments to address various hand and upper extremity conditions. Whether you are recovering from a traumatic injury, managing chronic pain, or seeking to optimize performance, our therapist’s skillful application of the Graston Technique can make a significant difference.
Effective Soft Tissue Mobilization
The Graston Technique enables us to detect and treat soft tissue fibrosis, scar tissue, and chronic inflammation effectively. The instruments’ application helps break down adhesions, improve blood flow, and enhance tissue mobility. By addressing these underlying issues, we can promote faster healing and aid in restoring optimal elbow, wrist, and hand function.
Whether you are an athlete, a musician, or an individual seeking to regain everyday hand functionality, the Graston Technique can accelerate your recovery and optimize performance. By promoting tissue healing, increasing blood flow, and reducing inflammation, this technique allows you to get back to your activities with improved strength, flexibility, and dexterity.
What Does It Mean To Be Saebo Certified?
At our Occupational Therapy Clinic, we pride ourselves on being Saebo Certified, a distinction that underscores our commitment to delivering exceptional care to individuals recovering from neurological injuries like strokes and brain injuries. This certification means our occupational therapists have received specialized training in Saebo’s groundbreaking rehabilitation products, which are at the forefront of neurological recovery.
Graston Technique, a key component of our services, is enhanced by our Saebo certification. This combination allows us to offer a unique approach to therapy that is highly effective in improving motor recovery and enhancing quality of life. Our expertise in Saebo’s innovative devices enables us to tailor therapy to each individual’s needs, integrating these tools seamlessly into personalized treatment plans. For our clients, our Saebo certification translates to access to the latest and most effective rehabilitation techniques. Our therapists are not just skilled in using Saebo’s devices; they are adept at incorporating them into comprehensive care plans that align with the principles of the Graston Technique. This ensures that our clients receive the most advanced and customized care possible, maximizing their recovery potential and helping them regain independence in their daily lives.
Contact Us Today!
If you are seeking exceptional hand therapy and the benefits of the Graston Technique, look no further than Gabbert Clinic. Our certified hand therapist is equipped with the expertise and skill to effectively address soft tissue injuries, reduce pain, and enhance hand function. Experience the transformative power of the Graston Technique and embark on your journey to optimal recovery and performance. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards a healthier and stronger hand.
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