Become a Provider Patients Seek
As a student entering the job market, the competition can be fierce. Establish your clinical uniqueness with Graston Technique®, the leading soft-tissue treatment most requested by patients worldwide.
As a GT Provider, you'll have additional treatment skills, the ability to work on a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and a niche market to launch your healthcare career.
Student packages and discounts are available.
To qualify for student pricing on GT training or GT instruments, you must be within 12 months of graduation from an accredited, advanced-degree program, at the beginning of your clinical rotation for physical or occupational therapy, chiropractic or athletic training or be no more than 12 months post-graduation.
Attend a Training
If you've taken the Graston Technique® introductory course -- or a GT M1-Basic Training isn't available on campus -- then your next step is to take an M1-Basic Training at one of our scheduled locations. The 12-hour course teaches the basics of GT, its clinical applications, physiological effects/benefits and potential contraindications.
Becoming a Graston Technique® Provider requires a combination of GT training and GT instruments. Will it make a difference in your career? You bet. Graston Technique® is the IASTM treatment most requested by patients worldwide. Without GT training and GT instruments, you cannot perform, nor claim to perform, the Graston Technique®.
Save when you purchase GT instruments with M1 training*. Choose a 6-piece or 3- piece set. (Our three-piece instrument set gives you the opportunity to fill out your set over time.) Take advantage of student pricing up to 12 months post-graduation!
Get the lowest price on training + instruments when you pre-purchase!
Need a Payment Plan?
If you've successfully completed M1 during an advanced degree program at a college or university, then you're qualified to purchase Graston Technique® instruments as long you're actively engaged in or have completed your clinical rotation before graduation.* The following payment plans are only available to students.
*Unauthorized use of instruments by the student is considered any use beyond the direct supervision of the student's clinical supervisor or prior to graduation and receipt of appropriate credentials.
Advance Your GT Skills
M2-Advanced training expands and extends the scope of GT treatment to the next level. The course is the only advanced IASTM course in the industry. You'll learn current trends in treating myofascia and new ways to use advanced M1 stroke applications. Completion of Advanced Training is required for GT certification. It's a distinction that sets you apart from others in the healthcare industry.
Contact Client Relations at 888.926.2727 for more information.
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GT is taught in the curriculum, as an elective, or as an introductory course at more than 45 advanced degree programs for physical therapy, chiropractic and athletic training.