Graston Technique is a method of soft tissue therapy that is used in combination with chiropractic care to help diagnose and treat soft tissue dysfunction or pathology. The stainless steel instruments used in Graston therapy were developed to be used as an alternative to transverse friction massage, providing tactile feedback to both practitioner and patient. The instruments were specifically designed to resonate in the clinician's hands, allowing for enhanced sensitivity in isolating adhesions and restrictions. Once these have been identified, the instruments enable precise and deep treatment while limiting wear and tear on the providers hands. By using Graston Technique in conjunction with regular chiropractic care, overall treatment time can be decreased, rehabilitation and recovery can be achieved faster, and some conditions thought to be permanent can be resolved.