Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that originated in China. It applies cups to various points on the body by removing the air inside the cups to form a vacuum, with or without incisions to the skin. This treatment helps eliminate toxins and free radicals from the body. According to the National Institute of Health in the Canada, many recent studies have proved the benefits of cupping therapy in various areas. Cupping has become an organized profession that needs a special license, and the American Federation approves the tools used for cupping food and drugs.
Wet cupping treatment in Abbotsford Uses a vacuum at different points on the body with incisions on the skin (minor, light scratches using a sterile surgical blade or disinfected razor) to eliminate toxins and free radicals from the body.
Dry cupping: This is using a vacuum on different body areas to gather the blood in that area without incisions.
Dry massage cupping: This is similar to dry cupping, but olive oil or mint oil is applied to the skin (before the cups) to allow easy movement of the cups. It helps improve blood circulation and is helpful for athletes.
With many years of treatment experience in Cupping Therapy in Abbotsford, we have assisted various patients and clients in resolving health difficulties and managing their ailments. We spend on certified and high-quality cupping therapy apparatus to ensure the best medical outcomes for our patients.
If you are looking for Cupping Therapy in Abbotsford, please schedule an appointment to explore how cupping might help you reduce pain or stress.
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Cupping Therapy in Abbotsford (CT) is an ancient method and currently used in the treatment of a broad range of medical conditions.
Nonetheless the mechanism of action of (CT) is not fully understood. This review aimed to identify possible mechanisms of action of (CT) from modern medicine perspective and offer possible explanations of its effects.
Immunological effects and hormonal adjustments might be attributed to “Activation of immune system theory”. Releasing of toxins and removal of wastes and heavy metals might be explained by “Blood Detoxification Theory”. These theories may overlap or work interchangeably to produce various therapeutic effects in specific ailments and diseases. Apparently, no single theory exists to explain the whole effects of cupping. Further researches are needed to support or refute the aforesaid theories, and also develop innovative conceptualizations of (CT) in future.
Cupping Therapy in Abbotsford is one of the oldest and most effective method of releasing the toxins from body tissue and organs. It is also known as vacuum cupping, horn treatment etc. It is a practice in which the therapist puts special cups on the skin to create suction. This causes the tissue beneath the cup to be drawn up and swell causing increase in blood flow to affected area. Enhanced blood flow under the cups draws impurities and toxins away from the nearby tissues and organs towards the surface for elimination.
Since Chinese medicinal researchers focus on observable principles of balance examined in living bodies, their traditional medicine practices are considered “alternative” by the dominant medical systems, despite having been practiced for centuries in cultures and countries around the world.
Alternative medicine is defined as “the promotion or use of practices which are unproven, disproven, impossible to prove, or excessively harmful in relation to their effect.” Unfortunately, medicine, particularly Western allopathic medicine, has been viewed solely from an epistemological framework. This framework establishes a theory of knowledge that distinguishes justified belief from opinion. Therefore, evidence-based medicine has been the adopted mode used, predominantly relying on anatomical dissection over any other form of inference or methodology in determining a diagnosis and/or treatment.
The process described above is commonly known as dry cupping. Wet cupping is a variation of the procedure where prior to the cup being placed, your skin is punctured and blood is drawn out in the suction process. There is also a variation where the dry cupping technique is done before puncturing your skin for wet cupping. At least one study suggests that wet cupping may help the kidneys clear heavy metals from the body.
In both cases, cupping leaves round bruises on your skin which will clear up in around 10 days. Ointment may be applied to prevent infection, and you may receive multiple treatments depending on the condition being treated.
So if you’re interested in Cupping Therapy in Abbotsford, make an appointment with us and our team will try to help you with the best resolution and try to help out what will be best for you.
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