Do osteopaths use cupping to treat patients?


Do osteopaths use cupping therapy?

Yes, some osteopaths offer their patients the option of receiving therapy using cupping.

To create suction, cups are placed on the skin during cupping, a type of complementary therapy. It is said that doing so will increase blood flow and encourage healing in the area where the cups are used.

Osteopaths are skilled in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disorders and may incorporate cupping into a larger therapy strategy to help their patients feel better and move more freely.

It is crucial to remember that cupping has not been proven a successful treatment choice; thus, it should be combined with other therapies supported by scientific data.

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