Graston technique is a form of instrumented therapy used to enhance soft tissue range of motion and restore sensitive tissue. It provides an external stimulus to the targeted tissues through pressure that may disrupt the perception of pain and tightness within a soft tissue area. As an adjunct to rehabilitative movement, it has also been thought that this form of therapy stimulates cells of the affected tissue to grow, re-model, and repair. Ultimately, we use this technique to supplement our rehabilitation in order to improve body positions of interest to our patients and de-sensitize areas to allow for more movement.