Research, studies and articles on GT Equine Therapy
Check out the research and analysis articles on GT Equine Therapy and treating the equine population.
Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization: A systematic review and effect-size analysis
Seffrin CB, Cattano NM, Reed MA, Gardiner-Shires AM
Journal of Athletic Training, 54(7)
Effects of dynamic warm-up paired with IASTM technique on quadriceps ROM and vertical jump performance
Popp ML, Wilburg CT, Wright CJ
Journal of Athletic Training, 54(6), S-59
Instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization: a commentary on clinical practice guidelines for rehabilitation professionals
Cheatham SW, Baker R, Kreisworth E
International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 14(4) 670-682
Instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization for the management of chronic plantar heel pain: a pilot study.
Jones ER, Finley MA, Fruth SJ, McPoil TG
Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 109(3)193-200
The comparison of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and self-stretch measures to increase shoulder range of motion in overhead athletes: a critically appraised topic.
Hussey MJ, Boron-Magulick AE, Valovich McLeod TC, Welch Bacon CE
Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 27, 385-389
Efficacy of Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization for the treatment of musculotendinous injuries: A systematic review
Thompson JA, Crowder L, Le D, Roethele AJ
Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy 48(1)
The effects of the Graston Technique® on cases of chronic tendinopathy measured by diagnostic ultrasound.
(Unpublished master's thesis) North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
Self-applied versus clinician-applied treatment for myofascial trigger points.
Miller SE, Lee J, Goodwin C, Greene JC, Siyufy A, Aron A
Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy 48(1), A154
Structure and distribution of an unrecognized interstitium in human tissues
Benias PC, Wells RG, Sackey-Aboagye, et al
Scientific Reports, 8(2018):4947
Equine Manual Therapies in Sport Horse Practice
The Veterinary clinics of North America. Equine practice · May 2018
The effects of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization compared to other interventions on pain and function: a systematic review
Lambert M, Hitchcock R, Lavallee K, Hayford E, Morazzini R, Wallace A, Conroy D, Cleland J
Physical therapy reviews, 1-10
Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization increases myofascial trigger point pain threshold.
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies