Cupping therapy has its roots in many parts of the world beyond China, but it is now a mainstay of Eastern Medicine. It is used primarily by trained practitioners (such as licensed acupuncturists). Several recent systematic reviews of thousands of clinical studies found that the majority of studies show benefit for many musculoskeletal pain conditions, but especially neck pain.
What You'll Need
- Just make an appointment with your local cupping practitioner!
What You'll Do
Tips & Warnings
- The very weak or immune-compromised are not good candidates for this therapy, nor is anyone with any kind of active dermatological condition, skin injury, or open wound.
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