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Hijama/Wet Cupping

At Fusion we have female clinicians available to offer these services.

At fusion healthcare we offer Hijama services, otherwise referred to as cupping therapy or wet cupping. Hijama is the act of drawing blood, lymph and other fluids from the skin via means of vacuum and is used as a safe, non-invasive way to prevent and treat many diseases.

Hijama is a therapeutic, holistic treatment that dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cultures. The act of suction is used to remove a mix of fluids from the skin: blood, pus, lymph fluid, interstitial fluid. Cupping therapy is used to prevent, target and manage various problems and improve existing conditions. Wet cupping may involve both suction and controlled medicinal bleeding.

Many benefits to Hijama have been recorded. Hijama is often considered because of pain, like back and neck pain, as it is effective in targeting and managing this pain. The Hijama process can be tailored to you to maximise its outcome and effects, as a result you can experience many of its benefits:

  • Relieve symptoms of existing health conditions
  • Improve quality and composition of blood
  • Improves blood and lymph circulation
  • Can reduce creatinine level in the blood
  • Promotes mobility
  • Improves memory
  • Improves blood pressure
  • Decreases toxins

You may choose cupping therapy to target a variety of issues, some of which include:

Hijama Procedure:
Prior to beginning the Hijama process, the patient will undergo a health assessment, during which their vitals will be checked, the targeted area will be prepared and the cups will be placed in the predetermined formation to achieve the best results.

During the assessment, our clinician will talk with the patient about their main issues to gain a better understanding of the patients concerns. The clinician can then determine how broad or localised the patient’s pain and tailor the treatment to suit the patient best.

We have experienced  male and female clinicians available for patient comfortability.

At fusion, our trained health professionals practice safe Hijama, however it is important to be aware of potential side effects patients may experience:

  • Bruises
  • Skin discolouration
  • Worsened skin conditions

Clinicians are not looking for fresh blood to be exiting from the skin layer. They are looking for thick and mucus-like blood which should be drawn out at the time of the procedure. As soon as the blood exits from the inner layer of the skin, it turns into a blood clot and remains on the skin surface. The cup retains the blood clot in the process of the treatment until there are no more of the mucus type blood left in the blood stream.

Cups come is different sizes, therefore the nature of the treatment will only be prioritised on the area of the actual complaint. Inpatient services will be conducted with an approved clinician who will assess the patient’s complaints and observe the pain level by asking the patient how much, and where the pain mainly occurs. Clinical knowledge is ascertained at the time of the procedure. There is a limit of how much blood should be drawn out in a session, dependent on the problem.

We also offer personalised blood test services

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