By Hedwig Manz
Trade paperback book
182 pages, 5.00 x 7.00″
Introduction and foundations, clinical applications, indications and symptomology, and cupping as a complementary modality are covered in this concise manual. Illustrated with photographs from the author’s practice, and formatted for quick reference and ease of use, it provides practical instructions for 45 different disorders, and details applications for both wet and dry cupping. Each chapter deals with a different area of the body and its disorders. Information is given on the complaint, the correct cupping application, supplementary and alternative therapies, and preventive treatment.
For over 5,000 years, cupping has been used across the globe to treat a broad spectrum of health disorders. A safe, comfortable therapy, it requires only simple, inexpensive instruments to achieve highly effective results. This comprehensive guide features all the information practitioners need, including historical facts, step-by-step instructions for application, and treatment of specific health problems.
- Detailed theory of dry and wet cupping
- Practical instructions for 45 different disorders
- Illustrated by real-life photographs from the author’s practice
- Compact, user-friendly format for easy reference
Each chapter of the practical section deals with a different area of the body and its disorders. Information is given on the complaint, the correct cupping application, supplementary and alternative therapies, as well as preventive treatment. Practice-oriented and highly detailed, this is an invaluable reference for experienced practitioners and an ideal learning tool for students.
Praise for The Art of Cupping:
“A welcome addition…[The] author makes her guidance easy to adopt with the aid of numerous photographs of cup placement…excellent.”