Cupping is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that uses a jar as a tool. To remove air from the jar by burning and pumping, resulting in negative pressure, which is applied to the body surface of the acupuncture point or the area to be cupped, causing local skin congestion to prevent and treat diseases, also known as "suction tube therapy"
According to the severity of the patient's condition, fire cupping can be divided into flashing, sliding, retaining, and stabbing cupping techniques.
Cupping adjusts the function of the internal organs through the overall effect of meridians, qi, and blood, helping to eliminate evil and balance yin and yang, triggering the self-adjustment of the body. Cupping often uses with orthopedic disease, and excess, heat syndromes, as Cupping can relieve tendons and channels, relieve swelling and pain, dispel wind and remove dampness, etc., acting as a benign stimulus to promote the body to restore normal function.