HomeFighter Talk Joe Lauzon Gets One Rubbed Out On His Forehead, Graston Technique Style Bruno March 14, 2013 Fighter Talk 15 Comments After Joe Lauzon was busted up by Jim Miller at UFC 155 he turned to a Graston Technique treatment to take care of some scar tissue. Tweet Pin It Nick Diaz and GSP Interviews Just After Pre-fight Press Conference Fabricio Werdum Ready For TUF Brazil 2 Versus Coach Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira 15 Comments jona March 14, 2013 ho boy…next fight, just aim for joe scar Log in to Reply Goomba March 14, 2013 Does that actually work? Log in to Reply knuckles March 14, 2013 yea poking a scar with some metal will surely make it less prone to opening again. Log in to Reply Dave March 14, 2013 WTF?? no gloves??? what kind of health professional is that? Log in to Reply Ozinator March 14, 2013 hmmmm….chiropractor mixed with bro science? I am open to chiropractors and alternative medicine but without backed up explanation, I throw them into that 99 percent of BS quackery. Any experts want to debunk this? Log in to Reply LoneRonin March 14, 2013 @Dave…There’s no leaky fluids or an open wound, and I’m pretty sure he probably washed his hands. What Joe needs is the Wanderlei treatement, he had plastic surgery to remove it and I think they even shaved down the bone on his brows. Log in to Reply Roe Jogan March 14, 2013 Why he doesn’t just see a good plastic surgeon with a laser is beyond me. It is far more effective and far less painful and far less time consuming. The healing factor is faster too. Log in to Reply FailSonnen March 14, 2013 Learn proper head evasion and footwork against strikes Joe so you don’t get hit next time. Why does it seem only Anderson Silva knows this? Log in to Reply Aikido4Life March 15, 2013 Lol fail sonnen! I’m no expert but its cant be that simple. Log in to Reply Joe Dog March 15, 2013 At $200 per pop, of course it works, 75 treatments over six months and you’re ready for the laser. Log in to Reply sakurobbedya March 15, 2013 anyone else notice Hiero playing in the back? Log in to Reply cigronne March 15, 2013 Joe, come over with your vanished scar tissue that I will rub it all over and make it more visible. Ok it is 500 bucks, thank you Log in to Reply Stranger March 15, 2013 give me a butterknife, I fix you up Log in to Reply VisionQuest March 15, 2013 You are all fools. This works on soft tissues, and adhesion ( scar tissue) in the joints. I’ve had it done, and if someone applied Active Release techniques to this on the regular, you may even be able to prevent scar tissue build up in the facial area. I’ve used chripractors from 12-30 years old, and never had an issue when working with a legit practioner, and no session should cost you more than $30 or $40 bucks max! Insurance covers this stuff, its considered myofascial release. Log in to Reply Iron_Cobra March 15, 2013 Is ur brow considered a joint??? Looks painful. Not completely convinced. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.