Cupping | Bleeding |Gout Treatment
Dry Cupping for Gout
Dry Cupping, Normal Cupping or Myofascial Decompression
Tackling Gout Inflammation
Dry Cupping, Normal Cupping or
Myofascial Decompression is an effective treatment to address inflammation and edema. It literally displaces, moves, substances below the skin.
The ability to treat inflammation (and edema) makes it a useful gout treatment.
Cupping helps to open the lymphatic system, and
"mobilize" body wastes AND URIC ACID so that it can be removed from the body.
For this reason, it became popular with athletes, because they can recuperate faster.
Wet Cupping for Gout
Wet Cupping, Bleeding Cupping or Hijama is a very important Gout Treatment.
Local Wet Cupping
Gout affected areas have bad blood circulation. The blood becomes more viscous and dark (Stagnant).
Local Wet Cupping removes the stagnant black blood, replaces it with healthy red blood and as a result increases local blood flow, and tackles inflammation.
The increased local blood flow is helping to evacuate Uric Acid.
We normally apply it before acupuncture during an Acute Gout Treatment.
It takes immediately the heat out of a Gout Attack and makes the subsequent acupuncture more effective.
We use Wet Cupping on back Shu points as an organ treatment.
Benefits of Wet Cupping
Increasing Local Circulation (blood & Lymph)
Helping Evacuating Uric Acid
Helping Excretion of Uric Acid by the Kidneys
When a patient has small blood vessels showing stagnant, dark blood, we do bleed them with a hypodermic needle.
Doing so removes the stagnant blood, new red blood comes in the place and restores circulation.
This procedure is vital for better oxygen and nutrition supply to the diseased region,
but it also improves;
Uric Acid crystal dissolving
Uric Acid evacuation