• Cupping Explained

     

    dry cupping example

    Cupping in an ancient form of therapy that has been used in eastern medicine for thousands of years. This is the  type of therapy is where the practitioner puts a special cups on your skin and applies either heat or suction to create a vacuum to increase circulation, stretch the fascia, and remove toxins from that area. At Synergy Myofasical Release & Rehab we use “dry”method in conjunction with other manual therapy techniques  to help decompress the fascia and help relieve release myofascial trigger point pain. These actions accelerate the healing process and is a great deep-tissue therapy. I know it looks extreme, but it is painless and we have seen some great results.

     

     

     

    Fun Fact

     

    Cupping has been around for almost 5000 years! The Ebers Papyrus, written c. 1550 BC and one of the oldest medical textbooks in the Western world, describes the Egyptians’ use, while mentioning similar practices employed by Saharan peoples. 

    Picture of a  standard  set with vacuum

     

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    Myofascial Decompression  AKA Cupping

     

     

    External Resources

     

    Wikipedia Entry

    What is Synergy Myofasical Release & Rehab

     

    We are a physical therapy practice that prides itself in its holistic, hands on, one-on-one approach to patient care. Our highly qualified, licensed therapist provide individualized attention for the entire duration of the treatment session in the comfort of private treatment room. A personalized plan of care consisting of a combination of cutting-edge physical therapy interventions such as manual therapy, myofascial release, manual muscle energy techniques, frequency specific microcurrent, cupping, kinesiology taping, ergonomic assessment and therapeutic exercise help to restore your functional mobility and relieve your pain. You can read more about our services on our Facebook Page

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