Joint

pain

Any kind of injury to the joints can cause issues with movement, flexibility and can often have a severe impact on your everyday life. Simple tasks such as walking, bending and even sitting can become very painful. Joint pain can vary from injuries sustained to non-injury conditions such as arthritis, rheumatism, gout, muscle strains and sprains.

KNOWN TREATMENT METHODS

  • Strong medication that often has side affects
  • Dietary control
  • Exercise, although good, can put a strain on the joints affected
  • Weight loss
  • Massage
  • Application of hot and cold therapy

HOW CUPPING CAN HELP

  • Improved circulation promotes the flow of fresh oxygenated blood
  • Reduces swelling and inflammation
  • Improved lymph circulation
  • Removes toxins and boosts the body’s immune response
  • Promotes creation of fresh collagen
  • Reduces stiffness
  • Reduces uric acid levels (this is good if you suffer from gout)
  • Better movement in joints affected