Cupping for Arthritis in Knees

Fibromyalgia and arthritis are conditions that cause severe pain and loss of mobility. Over time, these conditions can even cause deformity or disability. Joint pain typically arises due to swelling or inflammation in the affected areas. These health issues often require corrective surgery at some point.

Cupping therapy can be used to reduce the inflammation associated with fibromyalgia and arthritis. This therapy also works to heal affected areas and prevent future discomfort. Cupping therapy is a noninvasive way to reduce the symptoms associated with arthritis and fibromyalgia, as well as increase ease of movement. The following is a brief overview of cupping therapy and how it works to relieve joint pain.

HOW CUPPING THERAPY RELIEVES JOINT PAIN

Arthritis, fibromyalgia, and joint pain cause discomfort and loss of mobility. Cupping therapy is performed by certified cupping therapists, who place cups on the affected areas. A vacuum suction then lifts the skin up over the muscles and organs and into the cups. Fresh blood rushes to fill the space between the skin and muscle. The fresh infusion of blood helps get rid of swelling and carries away the toxins that cause swelling.

Cytokines are among the various toxins that lead to inflammation. These toxins must be removed in order to reduce the pain associated with inflammation based health conditions. Uric acid is another toxin that builds inside the tissues and causes swelling. These toxins stall the production of fresh collagen. Aside from fresh blood, the vacuum also attracts a fresh circulation of lymph. This fluid removes the inflammation and brings in immune cells that support the healing process.

RESULTS OF CUPPING THERAPY FOR FIBROMYALGIA AND ARTHRITIS
After a cupping session, those dealing with fibromyalgia, arthritis, and joint pain report improvement in their pain levels. The stiffness associated with these issues greatly subsides as patients receive regular cupping therapy. Movement is enhanced in the shoulders, knees, and necks of patients as well.

Some patients dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome are also able to find relief through cupping therapy. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition in which a nerve in the wrist is pressed. The condition causes pain in the hand and forearm. Cupping therapy is a proven way to treat fibromyalgia, arthritis, joint pain, and carpal tunnel symptoms without using invasive measures.

Hijama Birmingham | Cupping Birmingham

From only £40 depending on treatment and areas required. Some treatments have an additional cost, please contact to discuss. This includes Wet Cupping Hijama or Dry Cupping. On average a session lasts from 30 – 45 minutes.

Our therapists are fully insured for Cupping and Hijama Cupping Therapy.

48 Calthorpe Road, Quadrant Court, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 1TH (OUTSIDE the clean air zone) CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS *BOOKINGS BY APPOINTMENT BASIS*

Our Hijama Cupping Clinic is based in Edgbaston – just off the Five Ways roundabout. With free street parking, nearby pay & display car parks and close transport links. We are less than one mile from the Bullring, Grand Central and Five Ways Train Station

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Tel: 07516 154 483 (MALES)
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Email: info@cuppingbirmingham.co.uk

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