Having surgery, big or small, should never be taken lightly. After surgery, once the drugs have worn off and you are given the “ok” to get moving, we are often left with a feeling of tightness, pins and needles near the scar and sometimes muscle weakness and pain. There is help! The Graston Technique is most beneficial for improving the appearance of the scar, its mobility and the blood flow to the tissues. Ultimately this results in less pain. Old or new, big or small, all scars can be worked on. Please feel free to call or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or to see if the Graston Technique would be right for you.
A case study present by Dr. Todd Narson shows how the Graston tools are effective in treatment of scar pain as a result of an ACL knee ligament repair surgery. Read it HERE.