How to Improve your Cupping Therapy Experience?

Dealing with the pain and the limited mobility that is associated with an illness or injury can often be stressful for most of the reasons. During this time, many questions will be running in your minds such as, “What should I do to get better?”, “How long will it take to subside?” or maybe you’re worried about “Who will prepare meals for your family or pick up your children from school?” etc. These are all the common concerns of every individual.

Luckily, some treatments like Cupping Therapy etc help you to gain control over the situation and ensure that you return to your normal activities within a short time.

What can you do before your first appointment and during hijama treatment to get a better experience? First and foremost, every individual needs to come prepared for the therapy. No, I’m not talking about coming on time to the healthcare clinic. Off course that stuff is also important, but, there’s one important thing you need to do before heading to hijama clinic.

Any guesses? I’m talking about communication. Communicating what you want from your cupping therapy will help the physician to individualize the treatment and design a suitable program. The more specific you are; the better will be your result.

Here’s an example to drive this point. Let’s assume that you’re recovering from a shoulder injury and your hijama therapy appointment is fixed the day after tomorrow. Hence, it’s important to take notes on how your shoulder feels? How your shoulder reacts when you move? Or do you find any difficulty in making a move?

Sharing each of these details helps your physician understand your limitations that can help you to improve your cupping therapy experience and also to think of some new ways to keep you motivated during the treatment.

Now let’s take the list a step further and add some more details about your routine activities. Let’s say that you regularly play tennis, spend your mornings weeding your garden or carry on daily household chores, etc. Painting a clear picture of your daily activities and how active you are – can help the therapist to design a customized hijama treatment plan that ensures faster recovery.

Only you know precisely what you want. If you have an ankle injury and getting back to jogging is important for you, then be specific! Another patient could come in with the same problem, but might have different requirements, so properly guiding the therapist at Hijama clinic can help you achieve what’s most important. Thus, proper communication ensures success, and that means you can’t submissively participate in any health care treatment and simply listen to what the therapist recommends. Instead, communication needs to be a two way. So, next time you take up a cupping therapy, speak up and ensure that the physician knows precisely why you’ve scheduled the appointment, what result you expect, etc.

If you have scheduled an appointment to meet the hijama therapy expert for a new injury or some sort of pain, ensure that you prepare in advance. Being prepared to answer some simple questions can assist to make sure that rehab is a success.

Post-lockdown: Safety & Hygiene protocol in our Clinic!

Precaution to curb the spread of COVID-19, our government requested all the shops and lifestyle service centers to close the shutters since March, 2020.

With the exception of shopping malls and entertainment outlets where large crowds are likely to congregate, our government has now given permission for other businesses to resume back.

We, at Halina Cupping Clinic has re-opened with enhanced hygienic and safety protocols.

So what kind of changes could you notice on your next visit?

At Halina Cupping Clinic, safety and hygiene will be our top priority. Work station, equipment, towels and all private rooms will be thoroughly and regularly disinfected before and after every service.

Safe distancing measure: Seating within the clinic will be spread out.

Enhanced protection: Therapists and customers will have to sanitize their hands regularly. Temperature screening for both staffs and customers will be done. Magazines and books will be removed from waiting areas to minimize the potential for infection of the customers.

We will continue to uphold our high clinical and sanitation standards and ensure that our customers are in safe hands.

To be secure and avoid crowding, our customers are encouraged to ring ahead or book today!

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