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What is MediCupping Vacuum Cupping Therapy?
MediCupping vacuum cupping therapy is a modern form of cupping therapy that is similar to Ace Massage Cupping therapy, but it uses a slightly different technique and equipment. MediCupping therapy utilizes a vacuum therapy machine with a motor and a vacuum pump that creates suction through specially designed glass or plastic cups.
During a MediCupping therapy session, the practitioner applies a lubricant or oil to the skin and then places the cups onto the targeted areas. The machine’s vacuum pump creates suction, which draws the skin and underlying tissue upward into the cup. The practitioner can regulate the level of suction using the machine, which allows for a more controlled and consistent treatment.
The cups are then moved over the skin in a gliding motion, which helps to stimulate the underlying tissue and promote healing. The suction created by the cups helps to increase blood flow to the area, which can help to reduce inflammation and pain. MediCupping therapy can also be used to reduce muscle tension and promote relaxation.
MediCupping therapy is often used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, inflammation, scar tissue, and lymphatic congestion. It can also be used to improve circulation, reduce muscle tension, and promote relaxation.
MediCupping has demonstrated immediate effects on many conditions including:
- Deep tissue and structural issues – old injuries and chronic movement patterns
- Arthritis, Tendonitis, Bursitis
- Scarring – old, new, keloid, post-surgery
- Loose skin and old deposits from weight loss
- Lymphoedema – general and post-surgery
- Sports – injuries and post-event conditions
- Vascular issues – spider veins and varicosities
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Acid Reflux
As with any alternative therapy, it is crucial to speak with a qualified healthcare professional before trying MediCupping therapy to determine if it is a safe and appropriate treatment for your condition. To find a MediCupping practitioner in your area, visit our Practitioner Locator.
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