GSC Therapy Services

Cupping Therapy

Cupping Technique

Dry cupping uses negative pressure to create a suctioning effect that causes a local inflammatory response in the tissue that sends the body signals to stimulate the natural healing process to a localized area.

  • Decrease pain

  • Increased ROM

  • Increase circulation

  • Relax muscle

  • Release trigger points

  • Improve lymphatic flow

  • Release scar tissue

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Cupping Technique: What to Expect

The most common side effect of cupping is the red circle left on skin when the cups are removed. You may experience some slight discomfort during the process, but your therapist can adjust accordingly. You may return to full activity immediately after.

Olimpic Gold

Olympic Gold

Cupping was brought to national attention during the 2016 Summer Olympics by swimmer Michael Phelps, “the most decorated Olympian of all time”, who had tennis ball sized red circles on his shoulders and back as a result of cupping therapy.

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Let GSC Therapy create a customized treatment plan, refer you to a physician that can address your concerns or develop a home exercise program. We will give you professional recommendations tailored to your unique issues and goals.