cupping therapy singapore

The Best Out Of Medical Cupping Therapy Singapore


Cocking is a technique of the ancient practice of Chinese Traditional Medicine; however, records indicate that it was used by ancient Greeks and Egyptians doctors in the past. In modern times cupping therapy singapore is used to treat a wide range of diseases, such as arthritis and traumatic injuries, and is particularly effective in flushing toxins from the body while also improving digestion and blood circulation.


Cupping was traditionally performed using a bamboo, porcelain, clay, or glass cups, among other materials. Plastic cups are also being used more often these days, too. Using a flame to induce suction inside the cup, practitioners position the cup at various locations on the body. It is most typical for cupping to be conducted on the back; however, some practitioners may also use cups on your knees, elbows, or thighs as well.


Depending on your condition, the cup (or cups) should be kept on for roughly 10-20 minutes. Moving cupping, which includes moving the cups around regions with a lot of tension, such as your back, may be done as an alternative to static cupping. An inserted needle may be covered by a cup in various situations. In general, this treatment is performed on joints or when a problem is very tough to cure. It is relatively uncommon. Besides cupping, other TCM versions may include moxibustion (the use of a burning herb in a number of TCM procedures), or even cupping that includes some blood giving (that is used in more severe cases of toxicity).


Flushing or even bruises with a purple tint to the cupped regions is not only a frequent side effect, but it is also anticipated due to the removal of impurities from your body. There may be little or no marks on the cups if inadequate time is provided, and there may be some scorching because too much time is allowed. Bladder swelling, on the other hand, is not life threatening; nonetheless, blisters should be handled with caution and should not be pierced unless done so under the supervision of a medical professional. Within the next few hours to a week, the most of the marks should have vanished.


Cupping is not recommended if you have any of the following ailments:


  1. Skin lesions characterized by ulceration, edema, or heightened sensitivity.
  2. Patients who have a high temperature and/or seizures are considered to be at risk.
  3. Third, cupping should not be conducted on the abdomen or sacral areas of pregnant women.
  4. And last, the use of cupping on the face is not recommended at any time. 


What you should do after cupping therapy singapore?


Rest is definitely in order. Drink a reasonable quantity of heated water or even a ginger tea to keep your energy levels up. Stay away from feelings of worry and rage. Avoid eating anything that is raw, cold, or greasy. Avoid taking a cold shower for at least 2 hours after finishing treatment.


A typical reaction is the development of local blister or petechiae at the site of therapy. Allowing them to recover on their own is best. Please do not be alarmed if you observe ecchymosis on your skin. If you refrain from scratching the affected skin, the irritation will subside after a few days of stopping.