Cupping and Moxibustion is an ancient therapy used, as a type of reverse massage with the application of heat and suction. This method is only used in any part of the body that is muscular, as the heat helps to increase blood circulation, release toxins, relax tense muscles and relieve pain. During this therapy, in this clinic, a traditional glass is used in combination with a lighted fire and then carefully placed in the right area. Dr J Guo usually probes the area of pain first and after consulting with the patient, will administer this cupping therapy. As odd as it may seem, most people find this treatment relaxing and comfortable. Many people ask for cupping after they try it for the first time. Moxibustion is a classic TCM treatment method involving the application of hot. Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese therapy that involves burning moxa (mugwort) on certain parts or areas of the body. Moxa comes in many forms. It can be attached to a needle, rolled into a cigar-like stick or shaped into a cone by hand.
Cupping is an affective pain relieving therapy for musculoskeletal problems.
Buttocks & Legs
Many patients experience a soothing feeling of pain relief as the warms suck out the pain. The result of cupping does leave a mark on the area which will disappear in a few days.
Both can be used on the same day if this is advised by Dr G Juo. Our treatments are specific to each patient's condition which will be discussed before the treatment is administered.
No. the heat is used to heat up the glass cup and to retrieve the pain from the specific area.
|Treatment||Cost Per Session|
|Modern Acupuncture & FSN Needling||£50 - £60|
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