Graston Instruments - Graston IASTM Tools
Graston Technique Instruments
Graston IASTM Tools are six stainless steel instruments. Three of them (GT2, GT3, GT4) comprise a basic 3-Piece Instrument Set (so-called Starter Set), while a full set consists of 6 pieces.
Graston Technique 6-Piece Instrument Set
All of them are used for specific strokes and body areas. Treatment edge may be single or double beveled, convex or concave. They serve for diagnostic purposes as well as
Evaluates and treats generalized restrictions. Scans and prepares the tissue for deeper treatment. It's good for larger muscle groups.Single bevel. Convex treatment edge.Strokes: sweep, fanning, swiveling, scooping.
Deeper work, knobs may be used for deeper penetration in a specific, localized area.One single, one double bevel edge.Strokes: sweeping, fanning, swiveling, scooping, framing, brushing
Localizing restrictions and treatment to a small area. Allows more specific pressure application.Single bevel, convex treatment curve.Strokes: brushing, J-stroke, strumming.
Versatile instrument, used to scan and locate restrictions during an assessment. Generalized assessment of the region to detect soft tissue abnormalities.Single bevel, convex, with smaller edge at each end.Strokes: sweeping, fanning.
General scanning and treatment instrument. Originally designed for intercostal region.
- Originally developed for treating carpal tunnel, used to release fascial restrictions in the hands and wrist area.
Single bevel, concave treatment edge.
Strokes: sweeping, fanning, swiveling, scooping.
One single and one double bevel convex edge, with a treatment tip and a knob.
Strokes: sweeping, scooping, brushing, J-stroke, strumming.