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Cupping       London

Rachel Baynes - Cupping Therapist - BSc(Hons) TCM
Licenced Therapist of British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC)
Camden, Kentish Town, Belsize Park, Tufnell Park, Islington, London NW5, NW3, N7

Google by Complementary Therapy Alternative Medicine. In my London Cupping Clinic in in Central London, Kentish Town, Belsize Park, Camden, Tufnell Park I offer help, treatment & cupping therapy for pain relief, back pain, muscle pain, colds & flu, sore throats & coughs, weight loss, cellulite or cellulitis, eczema, acne, bronchitis, sciatica. I am trained, experienced and accredited as traditional chinese cupping therapist in Central London, Kentish Town, Belsize Park, Camden, Tufnell Park. Cupping Islington, Cupping Therapy in Islington. Chinese Cupping Therapy is widely recognised as traditional chinese medicine (TCM) in London, complementary medicine London, complementary therapy London, complementary therapies London, alternative medicine London, alternative therapy London, alternative therapies London.

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History Of Cupping Therapy

Traditional Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy has become a popular treatment today since the American Indians used buffalo horns to powerfully suck out poison from snake bites. Even in the early nineteenth century, before antibiotics became available, cupping was used in England to clear infections.

Traditional Chinese Cupping Therapy for pain relief, back pain, muscle pain, colds & flu, sore throats & coughs, weight loss, cellulite or cellulitis, eczema, acne, bronchitis, sciatica in Central London, London, Kentish Town, Belsize Park, Camden, Tufnell Park, N7, NW3, NW5
Origins Of Cupping

From the fourth century BC, American Indians used buffalo horns to powerfully suck out the air using their facial muscles, removing poison from snake bites. Later the Greeks and Romans used cupping as an alternative to blood letting to treat paralysis, epilepsy, cholera, kidney stones and intestinal obstruction. Cupping has been an important therapy in Traditional Chinese Medicine since 280 AD. In early nineteenth century England (1830) before antibiotics became available, cupping was a method utilised to clear infections from the body.

Cupping Therapy Today

Cupping now is a popular treatment in many parts of the world from Scandinavia, across Europe, America, the Far East and in Asia. It is also known as traditional cupping, Chinese Cupping, cupping massage or Chinese cupping therapy.

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