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The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping
The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping
The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping
The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping
The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping
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The Ancient Art of Healing Disorders - Cupping

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  • 1. There are many licensed acupuncturists in NYC also practice cupping, a highly beneficial technique which is a branch of traditional chinese medicine (TCM). Patients with respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, allergy-related illnesses, and congestion have been known to find substantial relief with cupping treatments.
  • 2. The techniques name comes from the glass cup that is used during he treatment. The round cup is heated andthen placed on the ailing patients body. A vacuum forms against the skin when the air inside the cup cools. The pores dilate, and blockages that are underneath the skinare broken up, as increased blood flow improves the qi. At times, toxins are also drawn up out of the skin.
  • 3. Many patients have found relief from a number of different illnesses by using this technique. Relief can be found by those who are suffering from both emotionaldifficulties such as depression and physical conditions such as intestinal disorders. This practice is intended to enhance blood circulation, which frees up the flow of qi for optimal healing. The main purpose of the technique is to correct disharmony in the gi and restore balance to both the patients mind and body.
  • 4. The professional may either oil the patients skin and slide the cups across the body or may isolate certainlocations on which to place the cups to remove blockages.However, this treats blockages very deep in the tissue, and rather than mere relaxation, this is intended to be deeplytherapeutic. At times patients may experience redness, or slight discoloration of the skin, but this is not painful any redness or discoloration goes away quickly.
  • 5. Ensure that your acupuncturist is licensed in providing these types of treatments so that you are guaranteed a successful and professional experience. Many licensedacupuncturists and chiropractors in NYC are also trained in this technique as well as other Chinese practices such as qigong, tui na, and herbology. Ultimate health, according to the Chinese, means finding the perfect balance between yin and yang, and internal and externalconditions. These methods have been used by the Chinese on patients for thousands of years. Numerous individuals continue to find relief from their ailments using these techniques.
  • 6. http://www.endofillness.net/

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