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Discover the Graston Technique's Healing Dynamics
Struggling with sports injuries? The Graston Technique could be the solution you’ve been searching for.
The Graston Technique, a revolutionary form of manual therapy known as soft-tissue instrument-assisted mobilisation, uses specially designed stainless steel instruments to gently massage and scrape the skin, breaking down scar tissue and fascial restrictions. This unique approach to injury rehabilitation is perfect for tennis players and other active individuals who regularly engage in recreational sports.
NEW CHIROPRACTIC ASSESSMENT OFFER
We are thrilled to offer all new patients our initial chiropractic consult and X-Ray for just $99, normally valued at $197.
This comprehensive service includes:
✅ 3D X-Ray with radiology report folder
✅ Digital posture photos
✅ Full patient history
✅ Neurological & orthopaedic exam
✅ Diagnostic and planning session
Our initial consultation is beneficial for addressing Sport
▶️ Joint Pain & Arthritis
▶️ Neck & Back Pain
▶️ Golf / Tennis Elbow
▶️ Shoulder Pain
Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to revitalise your health and wellness journey with us!
The Graston Technique Can Help Treat a Variety of Sports Injuries, Including:
A common injury among tennis players, the Graston Technique can break down scar tissue in the forearm and elbow, reducing pain and improving range of motion.
Sprains and Strains
The technique is effective in treating sprains and strains, helping to reduce inflammation and promote healing.
The Graston Technique can alleviate the pain and stiffness associated with tendonitis by breaking up scar tissue and increasing blood flow to the affected area.
For those suffering from heel pain due to plantar fasciitis, this technique can be used to release tension and promote healing in the fascia.
Why Choose the Graston Technique for Your Sports Injury?
Faster Recovery Time: By breaking up scar tissue and improving blood flow, the Graston Technique can speed up recovery time for sports
Non-Invasive: Unlike surgery, the Graston Technique is a non-invasive approach to injury rehabilitation, allowing you to get back on the tennis court sooner.
Holistic Approach: The Graston Technique addresses the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction, providing a comprehensive solution to sports injuries.
Are you struggling with injuries that are keeping you off the court?
We have the ideal solution for you. Hi, I'm Dr. Ben Levi from Spinal Health Australia, and I'm here to introduce you to the
incredible benefits of the Graston Technique, an innovative approach to treating sports injuries.
The Graston Technique is a form of manual therapy known as soft-tissue instrument-assisted mobilization. It utilises specialised instruments with a unique form of massage/scraping to gently work on the skin, helping to break up scar tissue and improve mobility. This innovative therapy is specifically designed to target areas of restriction and promotes overall healing, getting you back to your tennis games in no time!
Don't let sports injuries keep you on the sidelines.
Whether you're dealing with tennis elbow, sprains, strains, tendonitis, or any other sports-related injury, the Graston Technique can provide a holistic and non-invasive solution to get you back on the court faster. Don't wait! Sign up for our new patient offer today discover your vitailty and renewed energy today. Your body (and your tennis game) will thank you!
Finding Your Stride: The Power of Graston Technique in Overcoming Sports Injuries
In the world of sports, the threat of injury is ever-present, and its impact can be profound. This is well understood by tennis legend Lleyton Hewitt, who shared his thoughts on the matter with Daily Mail Australia in 2014.
'I'm one injury away from hanging up the racket at any time,' he said. 'The body felt fine out there, which is obviously a positive thing. But, you know, still frustrating to walk off the court feeling fine, feeling like you could have bounced back and played another five-setter tomorrow.'
Much like Hewitt, many athletes fear the toll that injuries can take on their bodies and careers.
Reference List: Is this finally the end for Lleyton? Hewitt admits he's 'one injury away from hanging up the racket' as Aussie battler drops out of Wimbledon after ANOTHER five-set slog. 28 June 2014. Retrieved November 1, 2023, from