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Cupping For Arthritis

Cupping for Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, and Joint Pain  Rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and pain in the joints are conditions that can cause severe pain to the patient in addition to loss of mobility and stiffness. Over time, they can lead to disability and...

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Cupping for Sports Injuries

Benefits of Cupping Therapy for Athletes Athletes all over the world from Wang Qun in the 2008 Olympics to tennis pro Andy Murray and more recently, the Mets, all talk about how cupping therapy has helped them perform better. Mets’ players like Daisuke Matsuzaka, Matt...

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Cupping for Headaches

Cupping Therapy for Headaches Headaches are among the many ailments that have responded well to cupping therapy. Patients taking this form of treatment report a marked relief from the intensity and frequency of the headaches they’ve experienced for years. Cupping...

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Hijama Cupping for Acne and Skin Conditions

Hijama (cupping), Acne and Other Skin Conditions There seem to be very few people in the world who do not wish for better skin. Some of us seek only to clear up the odd zit or three. Others have to deal with painful outbreaks on their faces or bodies nearly every day...

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Hijama Gout

What is Gout? Gout, a form of arthritis, is a disease that has plagued man for hundreds of years and continues to do so today. It is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. Uric acid is a natural waste product that occurs when your body breaks down certain types of...

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Hijama Cupping Birmingham

Hijama Cupping Birmingham One of the oldest medical treatments, the practice of hijama cupping Birmingham, which involves suctions that draw out stagnant or congested blood from a wound deliberately cut in the body, has its origins in the Middle East. The Ebers...

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3 reasons to try cupping and Hijama

Here are three reasons why cupping just might go mainstream this year: 1. Celebrity cupping enthusiasts are growing in numbers. It was about 10 years ago when cupping first appeared in the tabloids. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow showed up on the red carpet with obvious...

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Olympic Recovery Modality

In the 2016 Rio Olympics, swimmer Michael Phelps’ multitude of eye-catching purple circles made countless headlines. And no, he was NOT in a bar fight! And no, he was NOT in a bar fight! Neither did he fall asleep on his 22 gold medals! Michael Phelps’ trainers...

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Celebrity Cupping Craze

Celebrity Cupping Craze Decades flew by as cupping therapy gradually became reduced to a mere curiosity of the past, collecting dust on practitioners’ shelves.  In 2004 Cupping re-emerged as a hot new celebrity trend in the limelight of a New York film festival, where...

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