Traditional Cupping …
Cupping is a treatment modality that has been known for thousands of years. It has proven itself in popular medicine for generations and has been tested for efficacy. The ancient method of cupping was frequently resurrected after the end of World War II, when medications and technical therapeutic equipment were sparse. In times of prosperity, it was forgotten, even though it is a safe, fast-acting treatment method, if applied correctly. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other naturopathic methods, but also in many cases, in combination with procedures from orthodox medicine.

We are living at a time when the number of pathogens resistant to strong antibiotics is increasing at an alarming rate. The reason for this, in the opinion of many experts, is to be found in the excessive use of these drugs, since chemical drugs must frequently be replaced with new and stronger medicines. Cupping, on the other hand, has the great advantage of being simple and safe in its application and of being effective without drugs. With the help of cups that attach themselves firmly to the skin by suction and cause hematomas (bruises), we can remedy functional disturbances, alleviate pain, and cure illness.

Cupping refers to any natural treatment method in which suction cups are used in therapy. Cupping is one of the traditional treatment methods that do not involve medicinal substances but nevertheless serve as useful weapons in the fight against many diseases or complaints. Applied correctly, the method is harmless and does not cause any adverse side-effects. The results are often fast and impressive because the body reacts within hours to cupping at the proper location.

The goal of cupping is to strengthen or activate the organism’s self-healing powers, when these are not able to do so on their own. Cupping stimulates and supports the options that nature has provided the body with the ability to promote healing.

Dynamic Cupping …
Dynamic cupping is also known as slide or glide cupping. It is a combination of massage movements, joint movements, and pressure from the cupping device. The suction is created by depressing the cupping device on the tensed muscle area and then releasing it. This is a more advanced method of traditional cupping, as it combines traditional cupping with advanced technology while enabling safe practices. Compared to other forms of cupping, dynamic cupping hurts you less and also doesn’t leave marks on your skin for so long. The dynamic cupping system allows the device to alternate between suction and massage effects on the muscle. This helps boost blood circulation while speeding up the recovery process.

It Increases Circulation …
Dynamic cupping creates suction in the skin and this increases circulation to the area where the cup is placed. The increased blood and lymph circulation to that region help relieve muscle tension and promote cell repair. It also reduces the risk of muscle strain and injury in the future, especially if you do heavy muscle training.

It Allows for Personalized Massage …
The beauty of using a smart cupping device is that it allows you to personalize your therapy process. You can make it faster or slower or allow it to create more or less suction. You only have to press a few buttons to set the modes and suction power that you will be comfortable with.

Gives You Red Light Therapy Features …
An additional benefit is the Red Light Therapy (RLT) which gives your muscles a much more effective result. The RLT helps relieve pain and inflammation and also speeds up skin healing and tissue recovery.

Who Can Benefit From Cupping Therapy …
Cupping therapy is for everyone, especially the new dynamic cupping therapy with more benefits and lesser health risks. The numerous benefits of cupping therapy make it applicable for anyone with tense muscles. This applies to you if:

  • You work out, play a sport or active in a physical activity
  • You use the computer for too long and need to stretch your neck, back, and waist
  • If you need quick muscle relaxation

  • The following list of conditions can be affected by Cupping Therapy and based on the therapist’s discretion, according to the illness, conditions and stress levels that the client presents with after a treatment the therapist may decide to avoid a certain area of the body, or disqualify the client as a candidate for cupping: Diabetes, Epilepsy, Severe Edema, Cancer, Current Fractures, Active shingles, Cuts/abrasions, Recent sprains/strains, Skin Disease/ disorders, Undiagnosed lumps on body, Heart Condition, High/Low Blood Pressure, Thrombosis Embolism, Nerve dysfunction, Varicose Veins, Lacerations/Ulcers, Ingrown toenails, Gout, Early stages of Labor, Contagious diseases, Post-operation of an organ transplant, Recent Injuries/surgery, Recent hemorrhage, Sunburn/windburn, Warts/skin tags, Moles, Bone fractures, Memory Problems, Mood, Bleeding disorders.

    Cupping is not a substitute for medical treatments and/or diagnosis and it is recommended that the patient see a qualified professional for any physical or mental conditions that the patient may have.

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