The Myofascial Cupping method provides profound benefits for your clients, specifically with helping the body in maintaining range of motion, eliminating myofascial trigger points and reducing restrictive and at times incredibly painful fascial adhesions commonly found from repetitive movement originating from the workplace and sports. By reducing fascial adhesions, whilst encouraging optimal hydration levels of the soft tissue, Myofascial Cupping can help in reducing the incidence of injury and maintaining functional soft tissue.
Dry Needling is a broad term utilised to differentiate “non-injection” needling from the practice of “injection needling” which uses a hyperdermic syringe and usually involves the injection of an agent such as saline, local anaesthetic or corticosteroid into the tissue or specific anatomical structures. In contrast to this, dry needling uses a solid, filament needles, as is utilised in the practice of acupuncture, and relies on the stimulation of specific reactions in the target tissue for its therapeutic effect.
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