Soft Tissue Mobilization

Soft tissue mobilization is the mechanical alteration of soft tissue length (elongation) with a different combination of mechanical stress (elongation, active contraction, eccentric and resisted) while mobilizing connective tissue. There are many forms of mobilizations such as manual, instrument assisted such as Graston Technique®, cupping, massage, rolfing, ART, TMR and the likes. All these techniques include soft tissue mobilizations but with additional options and mechanics. We utilize all forms of soft tissue mobilizations including Graston. It is a way to address trigger points and soft tissue restrictions to improve function and mobility by alleviating pain.

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