Grastron Therapy

Grastron Therapy is a patented form of non-surgical instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) that is used to break down scar tissue and restrictions in fascia (connective tissue present throughout the body, surrounding blood vessels, nerves, muscles, bones, and organs).

The Grastron therapy uses a unique set of stainless steel instruments designed to break up scar tissue built up in body areas such as the shoulder or wrist. These are often associated with acute or chronic soft tissue (skin, muscle, nervous - neurological, connective tissue) injuries such as strains, sprains, subluxations (partial dislocation of joints), carpal tunnel syndrome, and repetitive stress injury. Grastron Therapy involves sliding a stainless steel instrument back and forth on the affected area. Generally, advocates suggest several Grastron Therapy sessions for the treatment of soft tissue injuries.