Chinese Cupping

Chinese cupping is a traditional therapeutic technique that involves placing cups on the skin and creating a vacuum by suction. This is typically achieved by briefly heating the inside of the cup.

Benefits of Chinese Cupping

Discuss the benefits and effectiveness of the modality, especially how it can complement other treatments.

Improve Circulation & Relax Muscles

Addressing Repiratory Issues

Relaxation & Stress Relief


The fundamental idea is to create suction on the skin’s surface by placing cups, often made of glass or bamboo, to stimulate blood flow, promote the flow of Qi (energy), and alleviate stagnation or blockages in the body’s meridians.

Conditions Treated

Conditions we often see in our clinic that Chinese Herbal Medicine can treat. 

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Pain Management

Stop or eliminate painful conditions such as headaches, knee pain, foot pain, abdominal pain & Sciatica

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Digestive Issues

Treats constipation, diarrhea, bloating, indigestion, acid reflux, and nausea

Female Reproductive

Menstrual Issues

Regulate your menstrual cycle leading to regular periods, no cramping or pain & PMS symptoms

Sleep Disorder

Sleep Disorders

Sleep longer and deeper with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs

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Low Energy

Increase your energy and digest food better for increased vitality.


Anxiety & Depression

Feel emotionally better and more grounded with less mood swings.

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More powerful when combined


Chinese cupping, a traditional therapeutic technique involving the application of suction cups on the skin, can seamlessly integrate into a holistic treatment plan alongside modalities like acupuncture and nutritional therapy. By incorporating cupping alongside acupuncture, the synergistic effects on blood circulation and energy flow are enhanced

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 Yes, cupping often leaves circular marks on the skin. These marks are not bruises but are caused by the suction pulling blood to the surface. They are typically temporary and fade within a few days to a week.

Cupping is generally not painful. People often feel a sensation of tightness or pulling during the suction, but it is typically well-tolerated. The intensity can be adjusted based on individual comfort levels.

Cupping is used for various conditions, including musculoskeletal pain, respiratory issues, and stress reduction. It is also employed for promoting overall well-being and addressing specific patterns of disharmony in traditional Chinese medicine.

Cupping sessions can vary in duration, typically ranging from 10 to 30 minutes. The exact time depends on the purpose of the treatment and the individual’s response to cupping.

While cupping is generally safe, it may not be suitable for individuals with certain skin conditions, bleeding disorders, or during pregnancy. Always consult with a qualified practitioner to ensure cupping is appropriate for your specific situation.

The frequency of cupping sessions depends on the individual’s health goals and the nature of the condition being treated. It may be recommended weekly, bi-weekly, or less frequently based on the assessment of the practitioner.

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