Myofascial cupping is a form of therapy that involves using special cups to create suction on the skin, which in turn lifts the underlying fascia and muscles.
Myofascial cupping is often used by healthcare practitioners as a technique to release tension, improve circulation, and promote healing.
Myofascial cupping can be used to address a variety of conditions, including muscle pain, trigger points, fascial adhesions, and restrictions in range of motion. It is often used in conjunction with other manual therapy techniques, exercise, and other modalities as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.
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