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Graston Technique & IASTM

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Bush, H. M., Stanek, J. M., Wooldridge, J. D., Stephens, S. L., & Barrack, J. S. (2020). Comparison of the graston Technique® with instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization for increasing dorsiflexion range of motion. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 30(4), 587–594.

Effect of sub occipital release, myofascial release with iastm tool on cervicogenic headache. (2020). Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.

Mylonas, K., Angelopoulos, P., Billis, E., Tsepis, E., & Fousekis, K. (2021). Correction to: Combining targeted instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization applications and neuromuscular exercises can correct forward head posture and improve the functionality of patients with mechanical neck pain: a randomized control study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 22(1), 385.

Ranji, D. K., & Associate Professor, Department of Electrotherapy and Electrodiagnosis, Lokmanya Medical College of Physiotherapy, Kharghar. (2021). Effectiveness of IASTM (instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization) in the treatment of chronic calf pain: A case study. Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research, 09(07).

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