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please explain the gastron technique for management of musculoskeletal pain.?
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See below: The graston technique is a type of deep muscle work that tries to address irritibility in muscle tissue. It is basically a type of deep tissue massage and it uses a device to try to clear out irritable areas of muscle. It can be very uncomfortable as a lot of these techniques are.
Answered on Mar 9, 2014
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