Fire Cupping: Cupping uses negative pressure on the skin to lift the surrounding tissue and muscle, allowing more blood and oxygen to reach the associated area. This treatment method feels similar to a massage and the pressure used differs for each patient’s preference. Fire cupping uses heat to create this negative pressure, other forms of cupping use suction. Cupping is commonly used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, rheumatism, reduce blood pressure and even cellulite
Avazzia Microcurrent: These handheld devices produce tiny impulses, transmitted through the skin, to interact with the peripheral nervous system and adjust abnormal frequencies in the body.
Avazzia Uses (including but not limited to):
- Reduce inflammation
- Alleviate pain
- Promote healing of chronic wounds, surgical scarring
Avazzia devices are FDA-approved, non-pharmacological, neuro-modulation devices developed to provide pain relief non-invasively.
Gua Sha uses flat or curved handheld tools to glide across areas of the neck, shoulders and upper back.It is most commonly used to break up scar tissue associated with trauma (i.e. surgical incision sites, scarring as a result of car accidents, and myofascial ‘knots’ due to overuse). Gua sha may also be used to relieve flu-like symptoms such as cough, sore throat, chills and fever (*not used in the health hub clinical practice).