The benefits of Myofascial Decompression or Cupping

What is Myofascial Decompression or Cupping? It is soft tissue physical therapy using a pneumatic pump or cup. What are the long-term benefits of Myofascial Decompression or Cupping?

The 10 Benefits of Cupping

There is a wide range of benefits to cupping that promote healing. As part of a comprehensive physical therapy plan, the method provides the following benefits:

  • Increases lymphatic flow
  • Corrects muscle imbalance
  • Eliminates pain
  • Improves range of motion
  • Promotes tissue healing
  • Increases flexibility
  • Relaxes muscles and releases trigger points
  • Increases circulation
  • Releases scar tissue adhesion
  • Improves mood during recovery

Myofascial Decompression or cupping facilitates healing in cardiovascular disorders and inflammatory and metabolic diseases. At The Therapy Network, our certified cupping specialists use the technique to treat a wide range of conditions.

Conditions Treated with Myofascial Decompression

As part of a total care program, physical therapists use Myofascial Decompression to treat the following musculoskeletal disorders:

Are There Any Side Effects to Myofascial Decompression or Cupping?

Your therapist will review your medical history to ensure you are a candidate for Myofascial Decompression.

Cupping may cause skin discoloration, but the color fades on its own in a few days to a week. Cupping is not painful, but you may notice fatigue as toxins leave your body.

What Can You Expect at The Therapy Network?

Your physical therapy specialist will create comprehensive care and recovery plans for your condition. Your plan may include traditional physical therapy methods and Myofascial Release Therapies.

Prompt care is essential. The Therapy Network has appointments available today.

With six locations in coastal Virginia, The Therapy Network provides a wide range of services. If you live in Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, or Chesapeake, Virginia, there is a TTN location near your neighborhood.

Let The Therapy Network show you the benefits of Myofascial Decompression or cupping as part of physical therapy recovery plan.