Dry Cupping Therapy

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Cupping is the type of alternative therapy, which originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to make suction. The suction enables healing along with blood flow, as well as the flow of “qi” in the body. Qi is a Chinese word meaning life force.

What are the different types of cupping?

Various kinds of cupping are selected based on some treatment goals of the acupuncturist. There are multiple types of cups. Most commonly, the cups are also made out of the glass. Though, a thousand years ago; cups were made of bamboo, clay, or animal horns. Dry Cupping Therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which the therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.

What are the advantages of cupping?

The advantages of the cupping contain the local pain relief and muscle relaxation. The cupping improves general health by just removing the energy blockages that TCM practitioners recognize as barriers to the flow of healthy energy or qi.

There are also numerous types of material placed inside cups, i.e., herbal products, water, ozone, needle, and magnetic cupping therapy. In the procedure of Dry Cupping, the small area of low air pressure is created. Our in-home doctor and Physiotherapy Service for Paralysis can help you in any kind of situation. There are numerous types of cups with various shapes are convenient ranging sizes from 1 to 3 inches. Most commonly used are plastic and gloves cups as just compared to the horn, pottery, bronze and bamboo cups used earlier.

Whenever you want to do the cupping service, you can deal with the popular and well-known Joint Efforts Clinic that comes along with the excellent service. Our entire health experts are quite aware of the whole process, and we provide only the best service as well.

FAQ

Q. What is dry cupping good for?
Ans: Dry cupping increased circulation at local site thus reduces spasm and pain. It also promote cell repair through improved blood flow.
In case of joint stiffness it has been seen that it increase range of motion too. It is helpful in case of neck and back pain.

Q. How do you do dry cupping therapy?
Ans: The part to be treated is first of all prepared. The skin has to be cleaned and waxed. A mild moisturizer is applied and over to it sanitized and clean cups are placed for 10-15 minutes. After the time the skin is cleaned with wet wipe, left for dry for another 5 minutes and the process is completed.

Q. Is dry cupping therapy painful?
Ans: No the process is smooth and without any pain. However if some person complaint of pain the vacuum pressure applied should be rechecked and reset.

Q. How long should you leave dry cupping on?
Ans: Roughly 10-15 minutes if going for static dry cupping. While in case of dynamic cupping therapy the time taken is as per the area selected for relieving muscle tension and spasm (25-30 minutes)

Q. Does cupping remove toxins?
Ans: Yes, when applied it creates vacuum and when removed the increase blood circulation takes away the toxins along with them. The local circulation system at capillary level is increased resolving swelling and pain in cupping.

Q. What should you not do after cupping?
Ans: After cupping therapy one should avoid hot showers, sauna bath, intense exercise.
-Certain kind of food like rich sugary contents, caffeine, and alcohol should be avoided because they slow down your body’s ability to process the treatment.

Q. How often can you do cupping at home?
Ans: For young persons and athletes once or twice weekly sessions are good.
For elderlies the session depends upon skin condition can go for once or twice a month.

Q. Is there any scientific evidence for cupping?
Ans: Yes, there are many articles published on Pub-med which supports the evidences of cupping therapy.
In 2015 the Journal of Traditional and complementary medicine declares that cupping is helpful in pain management.

Q. What is the cost of cupping therapy?
Ans: At Joint Efforts Physiotherapy clinic a single session of Dry cupping therapy can cost Rs 500 per joint.

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