Manual Therapy / IASTM
IASTM is a type of treatment that utilises various tools to help better mobilise soft tissue structures, such as muscles and fascia
Manual Therapy / IASTM

 The Graston Technique uses a stainless-steel instrument and special massage method to identify areas of muscle adhesion, or scar-like tissue, that can improve the blood supply. A sports physiotherapist provider uses the instrument and massage in combination to stretch and relax the surrounding muscle tissues.

IASTM is also focused on bringing toxins and excessive heat to be released at the surface of the body. The Graston techniques is highly effective in releasing toxins form the deeper cellular cells, whilst promoting soft tissue healing.

Clinical research has been shown to have a relatively high success rate for patients with chronic pain and acute pain from soft tissue injuries, both in terms of improving the overall physical function and reducing pain in the body.