A modern approach to the medical practice of dry cupping—to reduce inflammation and stimulate immune response; assist in myofascial release; relieve pain; and improve healing and recovery
Includes links to instructional online video content
A Practitioner’s Guide to Clinical Cupping provides a concise, practical, and easy-to-understand guide to safe and effective cupping techniques, integrating up-to-date research on physiology, neuroscience, and biomechanics.
Physiotherapist Daniel Lawrence–known for his popular “RockPods” cupping training courses–includes all the information a new practitioner needs to get started, including a basic history of cupping and theoretical overview; how to apply and remove cups, and how long to leave them on the skin; how to use oils and creams to assist “glide cupping” techniques, and more.
Chapters detail specific cupping practices for different parts of the body and common ailments, including:
- Achilles tendon and shin pain
- Knee, hamstring, and quad pain
- Hip problems
- Back and neck pain
- Carpal tunnel and other wrist pain
- Other common sports and overuse injuries
Featuring full-color photos throughout to clearly illustrate techniques, and video links for more detailed visual instruction, A Practitioner’s Guide to Clinical Cupping offers a complete and immersive learning experience.