Clinical Cupping Level 2

Clinical Cupping Level 2

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Cupping is the application of quick, vigorous, rhythmical strokes to stimulate muscles and is particularly helpful in the treatment of aches and pains associated with various medical conditions.  As a complement to traditional treatment, Clinical Cupping techniques used in connection with manual therapy can benefit clients with a wide range of advanced conditions and health issues such as Fibromyalgia, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Bicipital Tendinosis, and Medial and Lateral Epicondyle pain. 

This course is designed to provide manual therapy practitioners with the advanced skills to start using Cupping in their clinical environment as a complement to relieve pain associated with advanced conditions and health issues as well as for treatment with special populations.  Content covered for each condition will include pathology and anatomy, in addition to the assessment protocols, actual treatment plans and client self-care tips.

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Who can take the course: All manual therapy professionals. During the training, continual assessment will be undertaken to determine mastery of the techniques presented. 

Pre-Requisites: Training in manual therapy, completion of an Introduction to Massage Cupping course of at least 8 hours in length (from any provider), completion of Kinetic Cupping Level 1 and Level 2, and completion of Clinical Cupping Level 1.

Credential Awarded: Students will receive a Certificate of Completion for presentation to their governing body and/or insurance provider confirming attendance and completion of the training.