Moxibustion and Cupping

Moxibustion and Cupping are 2 adjunct Acupuncture modalities which help enhance treatment outcomes. 

Moxibustion

Moxibustion is used to

      Tonify, Fortify and Strengthen a Depleted Body and Mind. 

      The conditions of life and living often leave people Worn-Out, Depleted of Energy and Fatigued

 

Moxibustion

      Helps Fortify a medically targeted Organ System, such as: Kidney, Spleen, Liver, Lung, etc... Enhancing its function

            and adapatability. 

      Improves the Circulation of Blood to: Hands, Feet and other body parts

      Involves the burning of moxa, or mugwort, near the skin at an acupuncture point

      In Oriental Medicine, Moxa is considered to be the strongest form of Yang Energy (Warming, Vitalizing, Fortifying) available.

 

Moxibustion Helps:

      Improve and Enhance the Immune function of the Body and Lungs

      Warms Chronically Cold Body Parts such as hands and feet

      Strengthens Organ System Function, such as

            Kidney for better Sexual Function and Detoxification

            Spleen, Stomach and Small Intestine for better Digestion

            Heart for increased circulation

 

Cupping

Cupping

      Is Used to Detoxify the Body of Invading Substances, such as Respiratory Pathogens

            Minimizing Flu and Cold Symptoms

      Is A MyoFascial Release Modality

           Helping Relax Chronically Tight Muscles

      Improves Circulation and Blood Flow through damaged and imparied tissues

      Helps Lower Swelling and Reduce Inflammation post Trauma, due to Injury or Accident. 

 

 

 

Cupping is

      The placement of several glass or plastic “cups” (open spheres) on the body.

      All the oxygen is removed from the "Cup/s" creating a suction which draws skin up and into the "Cup"

            Squeesing Metabolic and Traumatic Wastes out of tight and difficult to reach body areas

            

Medicinal Effects of Cupping

      Cupping Detoxifies the Body and Skin

      Improves Circulation of Blood and the Elimination of Metabolic Wastes

      Facilitates Muscule Recovery from Traumatic Injury or Accident

      Release Chronically Tense Muscles

 

Cupping is a Highly Effective MyoFascial Release Technique