Cupping Therapy

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Our Cupping Services

Cupping or Hijama is a form of holistic therapy used throughout history as not only a preventative treatment to maintain health but also a curative one to improve conditions and ailments.

Our clinic provides a comprehensive range of cupping therapy options, each designed to cater to your unique needs and preferences. Discover the benefits of our specialised techniques, which focus on enhancing your well-being and promoting relaxation. All of our cupping practitioners are fully licensed and experienced and regulated by the IPHM so you can be assured that you’re in safe hands.

Wet Cupping

From £35

Wet cupping involves making small surface-level incisions on the skin – the places of these cuts will vary depending on the ailments, illnesses, or pain points each individual has. A vacuum in the form of cups is then used to withdraw harmful, stagnant blood, and toxins which lie beneath the surface of the skin. For optimal results, we would recommend undergoing this treatment on an empty stomach.

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Dry Cupping

From £35

Experience increased blood flow and relaxation with this non-invasive technique. Dry cupping involves using suction cups on the skin with no cuts or incisions. This method helps stimulate circulation and alleviate tension in targeted areas.

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Dry Massage Cupping

From £35

Enjoy the benefits of a deep tissue massage without the use of hands. By applying natural olive oil to the skin, our therapists can glide the suction cups across targeted areas, stimulating blood flow and unblocking the lymphatic system. This innovative method helps mobilise stagnant blood, moving it towards natural exit points in the body for excretion.

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Fire Cupping

From £35

Invigorate your senses with fire cupping, where a flame is briefly placed inside a glass cup to create a vacuum before it’s applied to the skin. This technique uses heat to provide additional therapeutic effects, making it an ideal choice for those seeking warmth and rejuvenation. This is ideal for patients who are feeling cold.

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I wanted to use a testing service within the Preston area in case we needed to visit the clinic for any testing pre or post our travel to Portugal. As it turned out, that wasn’t necessary, we did all testing remotely. This amazing company went above and beyond in getting us tested at Liverpool airport on a Sunday evening so that we made our flight.
A very personal service, giving clear instructions, prompt responses to questions and making a complex process for travel relatively simple. Thank you, highly recommended!

Debbie Newsham
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My partner and I purchased testing kits to take with us on our recent holiday to Spain we ordered them online and they arrived the next day.
The instructions were easy to follow and we received our certificates via email straightaway when we did the test in Spain.
We also had excellent advice via the chat line before our holiday and all our questions were answered.
The day 2 test which we chose to do in the clinic (if you choose you can do this at home also ) was also very straightforward and carried out by a very pleasant young man!
An excellent service we would highly recommend Longridge Travel Health Clinic!.

Catherine Reid
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Great friendly service. We picked up our fit-to-travel tests from the clinic and bought them to France. Sent across the videos and photos first thing this morning and it must have only been an hour or so before our fit to fly certificates were emailed back. We also have our Day 2 tests booked with the clinic. Very friendly and helpful. Will definitely use again if required. Highly recommend them.

Leza Maloney
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Very efficient and knowledgeable staff on requirements for my destination country. Really good customer communication and care. Thank you!

Elizabeth Ransome
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This is the second occasion we have used the services of Longridge and both in times of changing rules. They refunded where appropriate without our asking. As a company, it really is the best and their representative, Lauren, is so polite, reliable and speedy.

John Dixon
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Great service, quick & efficient, will use again.

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Excellent service.

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Jamil has been great! Couldn’t recommend this service enough! Thank you so much!!

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Fit to Fly Certificate PCR test results are obtained quickly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cupping therapy, also known as Hijama, is a form of holistic therapy used throughout history as not only a preventative treatment to maintain health but also a curative one to improve conditions and ailments. 70% of diseases, pain and ailments are due to the blood being unable to reach certain parts of the body.

This therapy aims to improve blood circulation, reduce stagnation, alleviate inflammation, and relieve pain by placing suction cups on strategic points of the body, such as pain points and muscles. Cupping benefits not only those seeking a preventative treatment for maintaining health but also those looking for a curative approach to existing conditions.

Cupping works by enhancing blood flow and detoxifying the body. It achieves this by:

  • Increasing the production of red and white blood cells
  • Easing scar tissue deep within muscles and connective tissues
  • Reducing swelling and muscle knots

Additionally, cupping can be used to detox the body both generally as well as specifically, boosting the immune system and eliminating toxins by drawing them into the skin where they are readily removed.

Cupping therapy offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Helping to regulate high or low blood pressure
  • Alleviating back and knee pain
  • Reducing anxiety and depression
  • Improving blood flow and circulation
  • Relieving headaches and migraines
  • Assisting with sleep conditions
  • Strengthening the immune system
  • Dermatological conditions (acne, herpes, boils abscesses)
  • Lowering high cholesterol
  • Eliminates any weakness in the body

Following a cupping therapy session, it’s normal to experience mild soreness and bruising in the treated areas, which should subside on its own within a few days. If you experience any itchiness after wet cupping, avoid touching the area and be assured that this is a normal part of healing and is due to the skin repairing itself.

To optimise your recovery, it is important to stay hydrated following a session to assist your body in flushing out any toxins from the body and improve circulation to the lymphatic system.

Ensuring you have had enough rest is also crucial as it is normal to feel a little fatigued following cupping. Our expert professionals will provide you will all of the aftercare information required to ensure you reap the most benefits from cupping after the session.

The frequency of cupping can vary from person to person so it is always best to contact us directly so we can make a tailored plan for you based on your individual needs.

For a healthy person who exercises regularly and has a healthy diet, cupping is recommended once every 3 months. However, if you are sick or unfit, cupping can be done on a monthly basis depending on your condition.

While cupping therapy is generally considered safe, there are some potential risks and side effects to be aware of:

  • Mild discomfort or pain during the session
  • Bruising, soreness, or redness at the site of the cups
  • Burns, if the therapist uses heated cups without proper care
  • Infection, especially after wet cupping, if the treated area isn’t kept clean
  • Allergic reactions to the materials used in the cups or any applied oils

To minimise these risks, it’s essential to choose a qualified and experienced cupping therapist who follows proper hygiene protocols and uses high-quality equipment. Always inform your therapist of any pre-existing medical conditions, allergies, or skin sensitivities before undergoing cupping therapy. If you experience any severe or persistent side effects, consult a healthcare professional immediately.

Cupping therapy costs can vary depending on the type of treatment, practitioner, and location. Our prices start at £35, but we encourage you to contact us for an extensive price list tailored to your specific requirements. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality cupping therapy services at competitive rates, ensuring that you receive the best possible care and value for your investment.

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