How Does Dynamic Cupping Therapy Work?

Dynamic cupping therapy is a form of cupping that is used to treat a variety of issues such as chronic pain, inflammation, swelling, bursitis, migraines, and more.  Cupping is a manual treatment that has existed for centuries and has been widely used in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.  It began to get more noticed in the United States thanks to Olympic athletes who actively use this therapy to help improve their performance and recovery during the Olympic Games.

Dynamic cupping therapy is a treatment used by your chiropractor or massage therapy practitioner that involves placing a cup on part of the body while having the patient simultaneously move that body part. The cup forms a suction which brings blood closer to the surface, increases circulation, and addresses myofascial and muscle issues.

The average dynamic cupping therapy session takes about 10-15 minutes.  The treatment often produces the same or similar results as a massage therapy session.  You can expect to have some red marks on your skin afterward, but they will go away.

Would you like to learn more about how dynamic cupping therapy and other types of chiropractic treatments can help you feel better?  If so, we would love to talk with you. When it comes to needing a pain doctor, Destrehan residents trust Dr. Adam Roussel, DC, MOT, CCEP, NASM-CES and his team of chiropractic professionals. In addition to dynamic cupping therapy, Riverbend Chiropractic also utilizes other types of chiropractic treatments including massage therapy, dry needling, cold laser therapy, spinal disc decompression, Active Release Technique®, Graston Technique®, Kinesio Taping Method®, cold laser therapy and more.  Give us a call to schedule your appointment today!

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8:00am-12:00pm 2:00-6:00pm
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