The Functional Integrated Cupping Therapy Course for Pain Management & Sports Rehabilitation is a Certificated 8-hour Course.
Cupping Courses available to book now – Follow Link to book via website. For BACS or Paypal details call us on 01413341223 and to email – email@example.com
- Sunday 7th April 2019 Glasgow 9am – 5pm BOOK HERE
- Tuesday 23rd April Stirling 9am – 5pm BOOK HERE
- Thursday 16th May 2019 Glasgow 9 – 5pm BOOK HERE
- Sunday 2nd June 2019 Dublin 9am – 5pm BOOK HERE
The £300.00 Course investment included a Cupping kit to take away and start practising immediately.
The Functional Integrated Cupping Therapy (FICT) is based on the ancient history and application of old Chinese medicine. FICT reviews the history of vacuum therapies, its application for the treatment of various diseases and ailments.
Cupping Therapy is now used more commonly and enjoyed by athletes in professional sport as well as everyday people . As a result our courses have been attended by private and professional therapists of all age groups.
We understand and re-iterate during the course that there is no credible science to back up cupping therapy. No wild claims are made on this course.
However there is a reason it is still used today in society and the sporting environment.
We look to “marry” this ancient modality to modern science assessment and pain management protocols.And do before and after movement screens following the application of the cups.
If you can manage this incredibly popular course get in touch asap to book. We will show assessment protocols , dry cupping techniques and massage cupping to finish.
This is an incredibly practical course and has been very well received by all levels of therapists who attend.
As an adjunct therapy to various medical and non-medical professionals. Delegates will learn how to examine a client and to apply negative pressure with the use of glass cups. Cupping may alleviate pain, may decrease swelling, may increase the range of motion in joints all of which can assist the healing process.
By creating negative pressure above the surface of the tissues, we allow the surface tissue to be lifted upwards and changing the pressure on underlying tissues, such as nerves, capillaries and fascia.
Who can attend? Manual therapists (Treatment Massage, Sports Massage, Structural Integration, Remedial Therapists (Physical therapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths), Movement Therapists (Yoga, Pilates, Somatic