Neuro-Cupping

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Cupping is known and used by doctors’, chiropractors, acupunctures, massage therapists, physical therapists around the world, and is a technique utilized as a tool to work on the neuromuscular system. Cupping dilates topical capillaries and increases dermal blood flow. This technique stimulates the peripheral nervous system with many benefits.

NEUROMUSCULAR CUPPING TECHNIQUES ARE CLINICAL PROVEN

▪ The cups are adding as a muscle distraction technique.
▪ The cups are used to separate myofascial
▪ Cups stimulate blood flow.
▪ Cups stimulate the lymphatic system
▪ Release scar tissue and fascial adhesions.
▪ Reduce painful trigger points
▪ Promote mobility and rage of motion
▪ Decrease toxins

Evolution towards Neuro Cupping

Mind-Body Connection

Mind-Body Connection

The growing recognition that pain, especially chronic pain, has both physical and psychological components may lead therapists to explore techniques that address the nervous system at both the central (brain) and peripheral (nerves throughout the body) levels.
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Cupping and Microcirculation

Cupping and Microcirculation

Cupping has been touted for improving circulation in a localized area. Better circulation could help in the removal of metabolic byproducts that can irritate peripheral nerves and cause pain.
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Cupping and Microcirculation

Cupping and Microcirculation

Cupping has been touted for improving circulation in a localized area. Better circulation could help in the removal of metabolic byproducts that can irritate peripheral nerves and cause pain.
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Cupping and Myofascial Release

Cupping and Myofascial Release

Fascia, a connective structure that surrounds muscles and organs, can influence the sensation of pain and tension. Cupping, by creating suction, can have an effect on myofascial release, potentially affecting neurological pathways related to pain.
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Integration with other Neuromodulatory Therapies

Integration with other Neuromodulatory Therapies

If "Neuro Cupping" is a modality that focuses on neuromodulation, it could be complementary to other therapies that also have a neuromodulatory focus, such as transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TENS), acupuncture, or specific massage techniques.
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Application in Neural Points

Application in Neural Points

A possible characteristic of "Neuro Cupping" could be the specific application of cupping in areas that correspond to neuralgic points or areas of neuromuscular convergence, seeking to directly influence the nervous system.
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