Mike Ploski has been a certified athletic trainer since 1986 and a physical therapist since 1988. He has been board certified in orthopedics since 1998. He is a clinical advisor and instructor for Graston Technique, LLC. Trained by David Graston in 1996, he is one of the original Graston Technique(R) providers and original instructors. He is the former clinic director of GrasTech, the original GT clinic, and former traveling clinician for the PGA Tour and the CART auto racing league. As an authority on instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization, he lectures on this topic worldwide. Mike currently maintains a clinical practice at Body One Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in Indianapolis, Indiana. Specializing in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic injuries, Mike utilizes GT heavily in his daily practice.
This is part of a series on the Graston Technique(R) (GT). This course will focus on the use of the GT on Patellar Tendinosis. This course is designed to discuss the current evidence related to the histology of tendinosis, the theoretical…Read More See Course Details
This is part of a series on the Graston Technique(R) (GT) that will focus on the use of the GT on Achilles Tendinosis. This course is designed to discuss the current evidence related to the histology of tendinosis, the theoretical research…Read More See Course Details
This course is part of a series on the Graston Technique(R). In the course Mike Ploski analyzes the current evidence related to the evaluation and treatment of elbow tendonalgia. In addition, this course will review the principles of…Read More See Course Details
Video Runtime: 66 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 20 Minutes
Plantar heel pain can be a highly challenging condition to treat for a clinician and a highly debilitating condition that interferes with normal gait and exercise… Read More
Video Runtime: 52 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 43 Minutes
Shoulder dysfunction is a common complaint seen in the population, and it is also a common condition presenting for treatment to health care practitioners in clinical… Read More
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