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    Singapore 208539
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Service Overview

Cupping is an ancient therapy that has been used as part of folk medicine all over the world. In the 1830s, cupping was used to treat contagious diseases in English hospitals; it was so in demand at the time that there were ‘cuppers’ who were paid to work in the hospitals. The earliest recorded use of cupping can be found in A Handbook of Prescriptions for Emergencies written by the renowned Taoist alchemist and herbalist, Ge Hong (ad281–341).

Cups were originally made from animal horns; it then transitioned to pottery and bamboo. These days, they are made out of thick glass.

How does Cupping help the Body?

Cupping aids in releasing the Exterior, and draws external pathogens to the surface of the skin and out through the open pores. It regulates and stimulates the flow of Qi and Blood and can be used to ease pain, move stagnant Qi and relax the muscles.

How does Cupping Work?

A vacuum is created within the cup, allowing a suction effect to work on the skin beneath the cup. Prior to being placed on the skin, the air within the cup is heated using a flame that is placed directly onto the outer surface of the cup. The suction effect is then achieved by the cooling of the air within the cup when it makes contact with the surface of the skin.

Medical Walk-in Process

No Appointment Needed

Patients do not have to plan out when they come in. Simply walk in and you’ll seen.

Licensed Professionals

Urgent care physicians and nurses offer high-quality care. They are licensed and recognized.

Cost Effective

The cost charged at an immediate care clinic is generally less than a cost charged at a hospital ER.

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