I was supposed to post something on this blog approximately two weeks ago. To be honest, I got completely side-tracked by everything else that I was working on. I've had a highly productive few weeks. One of the main reasons that I forgot to write my own post was because I was focused on formulating … Continue reading Distracted by my Guest Post
Similar to many other treatments in the world, Hijama (cupping) can be combined with the knowledge of both natural and traditional therapists as well as professional doctors to provide patients with a systemically effective form therapy. Cupping therapists can make use of the Biopsychosocial (BPS) model, a framework that acknowledges the significance of biological, psychological … Continue reading What does Hijama (cupping) do for us?