Medi-Cupping and Vacuum Therapy

Contact us to discuss your treatment goals and needs before booking.

Our Lymphatic system is the body’s drainage and filtration system. Vacuum therapy lifts and separates the layers of the skin and underlying tissue to enable movement of stagnant congestion trapped within the tissues. Massage Cupping and vacuum therapy draws inflammation out from deep in those tissues to be released. This increased local blood supply to the muscles and skin will bring nourishment and allow for toxins to be carried away via the lymph. Conditions of chronic and acute pain can be relieved with minimal discomfort and tense muscles softened quickly and easily. Massage Cupping is also effective to release restrictions in fascia and scar tissue, such as plantar fasciitis.

Surgical Preparation and Recovery (Please get clearance from your Doctor)
A favorite application for vacuum therapies is surgical preparation and recovery. Preoperative drainage can improve recovery time and decrease the postsurgical discoloration and swelling that can be very noticeable from procedures such as rhinoplasty, melanoma or cancer removal, and full or partial face lifts.
Vacuum therapies have been successfully used for postsurgical applications that include scar reduction, skin graft integration, and releasing restrictions that can inhibit normal lymphatic and soft tissue function.

Manual (silicone, plastic, or glass cups) or a vacuum-cupping machine may be used depending on the therapy. 

While this work may improve the health of your immune system and tissues, this is NOT a cosmetic procedure. It is not intended to it slim, tone, reduce inches, etc. We will be happy to refer you to the right professional based on your goals.

Cupping Therapy reduce symptoms related to the following conditions:

Acute and Chronic Pain  


Restricted range of motion                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Scar & Tissue Adhesions

Migraine, Tension heachaches, TMJ & Sinusitis

Stagnant Lymph edema

Bursitis, Tendonitis, Plantar fasciitis, Tennis and golfer’s elbow.                                                                                                                                          

Athletic Stress and Injury 

Also as part of pre and post-operative care to shorten recovery time