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Top Cupping Therapy Services In The Andover, MA Area

Increased Blood Flow. Decreased Aches and Pains

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What is Cupping Therapy At The Body Remedy?

Here at The Body Remedy we provide our clients with top-of-the-line cupping therapy to help relieve tight muscles, aches and pains all over the body. During this treatment, Dr. Di Salvo utilizes suction cups to lift and separate the layers of soft tissue. During this suction process there is a negative pressure created within the cups, which works all the magic. During cupping therapy the lymphatic system in the body is stimulated. This helps the body flush out any inflammation and metabolic waste that has been sitting stagnant in sore, achy, and  tight muscles. Helping the relieve the discomfort and pain all while improving overall blood flow which further aids in breaking up adhesions within the treated area. If you are interested in beginning cupping therapy or have any questions regarding this service give us a call today!

What Are The Benefits To Cupping Therapy?

Cupping therapy is not only a great services for those with tight and achy muscles, but because cupping also improves blood flow it is great for those with Arthritis, muscle pain, asthma, carpal tunnel, headaches and more. Continue reading to learn more about the incredibly benefits of this manual therapy:

  • Little to no irritation

  • Decreased inflammation throughout the body

  • Improved blood circulation and flow 

  • Pain relief

  • Release of tight muscles, aches, and pains in the treated area.

  • Minimal discomfort

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Frequently Asked Questions About Cupping Therapy:

​Q: Does Cupping Hurt?

A: This is quite arguably the most common asked question and the answer is no. There may only be a slight amount of discomfort as the cups give a suction feel. 

Q: Will I Bruise?

A: Every person and every body is different! There is a possibility of bruising, and if it does occur it fades quickly.

Q: Why Does Cupping Cause Bruising?

A: The suction created during the process pulls on your skin, expanding blood vessels. On occasion the capillaries in the area can break, causing the bruising. 

Q: Where Is Cupping Performed?

A: Cupping is typically performed on the back and shoulders, but can also be performed on the neck, forearms, hamstrings, and calves.

In Search Of Cupping Therapy In Andover, MA? Contact The Body Remedy Today!

Here at The Body Remedy, we help you ease aches, pains, and tight muscles, improve your range of motion, and heal from sprains and strains. We also provide the latest technologies in body recovery to allow you to refuel and restore your body after tough workouts or long days of work. If your goal is to not only keep you moving for years to come but to get moving faster, jumping higher, and feeling stronger than ever contact us today by calling 978-231-9032 or emailing info@thebodyremedyma.com

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