Difference Between Wet and Dry Cupping

Difference Between Wet and Dry Cupping

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Difference Between Wet and Dry Cupping Hijama

Cupping is one of the core therapeutic procedures in medical history. Hippocrates recommended cupping for a large number of acute and chronic ailments.

Important reflexology zones for cupping therapy, the so-called ‘Head’s zones’, are located on the back. These Head’s zones are related to the internal organs and organ systems.

Before the cupping therapy is carried out, these reflexology zones are palpitated in order to feel for pressure-sensitive hardenings (gelosis) underneath. It can be assumed that the functional system of the respective reflexology zones that have gelosis beneath them are disbalanced.

Cupping therapy discharges toxins from these areas using cupping glasses and a vacuum pump.

Cupping therapy causes intentional local hematoma, stimulates circulation, removes toxins and activates the self-regulation of the affected areas.

There is a distinction between dry and wet cupping. Dry cupping helps improve local circulation, strengthens the muscles and relieves muscle cramps. Wet cupping involves drawing small amounts of blood in order to relieve blocked areas of tissue and possibly produce a direct pain remedy.

Indications:

  • Back pain
  • Muscle tension
  • Sciatica
  • Joint pain (e.g. hip, knee and shoulder joints)
  • Inner organ regulation
  • Immune system activation
  • Headaches
  • Otitis (ear inflammation)
  • Migraines
  • Vertigo
  • Bronchitis
  • High blood pressure

Hijama Birmingham | Cupping Birmingham

We offer a simple and straightforward cost of £35 for a cupping session with UNLIMITED cups, 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.

Group booking of 2 or more: £30 per person
One to one treatment: £35
Mobile home visits: £50*
All sessions include unlimited cups

*Some areas will incur an additional charge depending on distance. We will inform you on your enquiry.

Bradford Court, 123 – 131 Bradford Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B12 0NS *BOOKINGS BY APPOINTMENT BASIS*

Our Hijama Cupping Clinic is based in Digbeth – Birmingham City Centre. With parking and close transport links. We are less than one mile from the Bullring, Grand Central and Digbeth Coach Station.

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

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