Graston Technique

Thank you for visiting Makovicka Physical Therapy’s Graston Technique page. We are excited to provide patients with the benefits of the Graston Technique at any one of our 5 Omaha locations.

For those of you who have never heard of or experienced the Graston Technique, it is used to help with the breakdown of scar tissue and fascial restrictions. The tools are made for specific parts of the body and help detect and treat chronic inflammation and soft tissue fibrosis.

By combining this technique with corrective exercise, stretching, and modalities clinicians can help the healing process to rebuild the appropriate tissue.

The treatment time for each restriction is approximately 30-60 seconds per spot, while bruising and pain are avoided to provide comfort for the patient.

Graston may be incorporated in the treatment of:

Achilles Tendonitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Tennis Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow

Lumbar Strain/Sprain

Patellofemoral Dysfunction

Plantar Fasciitis

And many other pathologies

If you have any other questions about the Graston technique give us a call!


Location: 4201 North 90th Street
Omaha, NE 68134
Phone: 402.934.0045
Fax: 402.934.6562
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Location: 3830 North 167th Court
(northeast corner of 168th and Maple)
Omaha, NE 68116
Phone: 402.502.2290
Fax: 402.505.3922
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Location: 8419 S. 73rd Plaza, Suite 104
Papillion, NE 68046
Phone: 402.991.2745
Fax: 402.991.2748
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Location: 1021 S. 178th Street, Suite 101
Omaha, NE 68118
Phone: 402.933.3036
Fax: 402.933.3163
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Location: 6909 S. 157th Street, Suite E
Omaha, NE 68136
Phone: 402.933.5448
Fax: 402.933.5449
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