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Functional Release Cupping

Functional release cupping is a relatively new concept that works by applying cups with suction to relevant areas and then integrating dynamic, functional movement to affect a positive change in movement restrictions. By doing this, Functional Release Cupping aims to restore healthy, functioning movement with almost instant positive effect.

Functional Release Cupping combines contemporary research on fascia, the application of myofascial cupping, functional movement patterns and the anatomy trains concept to make dramatic changes in range of motion, functional capacity and pain.  Cupping can be performed as an individual treatment or in combination with Remedial Massage.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a technique that acupuncturists, physiotherapists and other trained therapists use to treat musculoskeletal pain and mobility issues. It is usually used as part of a larger treatment plan that may include exercise, stretching, massage and other techniques.

During the treatment, the therapist inserts thin, sharp needles through your skin to treat underlying myofascial trigger points. Trigger points are knotted, tender areas that develop in your muscles and can be very sensitive and painful to the touch. When dry needling is applied to muscles and tissues, it can reduce tightness, increase blood flow, and reduce local and referred pain. Solid needles that don't contain any kind of medicine are used, which is why the technique is called "dry".

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