Graston Technique (IASTM), or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, is a technique widely used in sports medicine to treat a multitude of soft tissue injuries. The instruments used are effective in breaking down fascial adhesions and scar tissue. The controlled micro-trauma to the affected soft tissues causes the stimulation of a local inflammatory response. Micro-trauma initiates reabsorption of inappropriate fibrosis or excessive scar tissue and helps to jumpstart the healing activities resulting in remodeling of the affected soft tissue structures. This method of treatment has been successful in treating chronic, acute, and post-surgical conditions.