An old method with a modern charm.
Cupping is a stimulation and detoxification therapy. It involves the placing of warm bell-shaped glass cups on the patient’s skin (usually on the back) to create a vacuum, or suction. Cupping activates certain trigger areas on the skin, connected and corresponding to the internal organs. It enhances the blood flow in the connective tissue and stimulates the internal organs. This activates the body’s self-healing powers.
There are two forms of cupping:
The negative pressure in the cup increases the blood flow, thus stimulating the skin receptors. Dry cupping is used to treat cold or indurated tissue. Because of reduced blood flow, this appears in the form of indentations in the skin.
Wet cupping treats muscular and tissue hardenings, caused by defective blood circulation. Superficial pinpricking of the skin stimulates the drainage of accumulated tissue fluid. This is a form of detoxification that significantly improves the metabolic processes in the body.
The history of cupping goes back to ca. 3,300 years A.D. Then it was a commonly used medical instrument. Physicians made cupping bells out of bamboo, bronze, copper or glass. Since the early 20th century cupping is again being used as a natural way of treating a number of illnesses.
We offer you detailed information of modern cupping techniques in our practice. (BUTTON)
Fields of application:
- Lymphatic impairment
- Fatigue syndromes
- High blood pressure
- Premenstrual syndrome and other menstrual problems
- Mental illnesses, such as depression
- Muscle tension and muscle rigidity
- Back pain
- Chronic headache and migraine
- Liver disease
- Kidney ailments
- Chronic tonsillitis
- Inflammatory lung diseases
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Gerne informieren wir Sie ausführlich über die modernen Methoden des Schröpfens in unserer Praxis.
Price: 65,00 €