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Cupping is a non-invading, regulating therapy which, based on natural laws which promotes self-healing.

Historical background: Cupping was used as a medical treatment 3300 years BC based on the evidence of a medical report from Mesopotamia & Greece. The coup was known as the symbol of medicine which proves that this therapy was well used. Hippocrates- Father of Medicine (400 BC) gave complete instruction on cupping. Cupping has been called “Vacuum drawing Blood method” in Japan; “cup method” in France, “Congestion method” in former USSR and “Horn method” which are still used in African mainland. In the old days all hollow objects were used for cupping for e.g. pumpkins in Africa, bamboo pipes in India, cow horns in the Germanic countries.


For centuries Hirudo Medicinalis (Medicinal Leech) have been used to treat persons with various diseases. The first documented accounts of the use of Hirudo Medicinalis for medicinal purposes dated back to the time of Hippocrates (Father of Medicine). Nearly 15 species of Hirudo Medicinalis are used in medicine.


Massage, the name is derived from two sources- the Arabic verb Mass or Mass’h meaning to touch or to press softly and the Greek word Messein, to knead. Massage is a group of procedures best done with the hands, like friction, kneading, rolling and percussion of the external tissues of the body with a curative, palliative or hygienic object in view.


Various treatments available are:

Cervical Spondylosis and Neck Stiffness

The abnormal wear and tear on the cartilage and bones of the neck (Cervical Vertebrae) causes Cervical Spondylosis disorder. As degeneration of the tissue occurs, mineral deposits are formed in the cushions between the vertebrae (Cervical disks).

Duration of treatment: 5 to 7 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping, steaming and medicine.

Frozen Shoulder

The condition that causes restriction of motion in the shoulder joint is called frozen shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis. Frozen shoulder causes the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint to tissue contract and forms scar.

Duration of treatment: 5 to I 2 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine.

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

In this condition a median nerve is compressed at the wrist, leading to paresthesias, numbness and muscle weakness in the hand.

Duration of treatment: 5 to I 2 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine.

Writer's Spasm

The muscular spasm of thumb and forefinger occurring while writing with a pen or a pencil is known as Writer's spasm.

Duration of treatment: 5 to 7 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine.

Low back pain

Often pain may be felt in the lower back which may be due to disorders of the spine, muscles, nerves or other structures in that region. It may also radiate from other areas like the mid or upper back, a hernia in the groin, or a problem in the testicles or ovaries. One may feel a variety of symptoms if the back is hurt. There may be a tingling or burning sensation, a dull aching, or sharp pain, weakness in the legs or feet may also be experienced.

Duration of treatment: 5 to I 2 days.* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping, steaming and medicine.

Plantar Fasciitis

A painful inflammatory condition of the foot is caused by excessive wear to the Plantar Fascia or Plantar Apo neurosis that supports the arches of the foot or by biomechanical faults that cause abnormal pronation. The Plantar Fasciitis pain usually is felt on the underside of the heel, and is often most intense in morning.

Duration of treatment: 7 to I0 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine

Slip Disc

Discs are the protective shock-absorbing pads between the bones of the spine. Though they do not actually 'slip' discs may split or rupture. This can cause the disc to fail, allowing the gel to escape into the surrounding tissue. The leaking jellylike substance can place pressure on the spinal cord or on a single nerve fiber and cause pain either and around the damaged disk or anywhere along the area controlled by that nerve. This condition is also known as herniated rupture, prolapse, or more commonly, slipped disc.

Duration of treatment: 5 to 14 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping, steaming and medicine.

Knee joint Pain

Pain in the knee joint with restriction of movement can be caused by a sudden injury, an overuse injury, or by an underlying condition like Arthritis. The pain can be localised or diffused throughout the knee. The treatment of knee pain depends on the underlying cause and might at times require surgery or other interventions.

Duration of treatment: 5 to 14 days.

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine.

Tennis Elbow

The overuse of arm, forearm, and hand muscles often results in elbow pain. Tennis Elbow is a condition where the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender and is caused by the overuse of arm, forearm, and hand muscles. The condition is commonly associated with playing tennis and other racquet sports, though the injury can happen to almost anybody. The condition is more formally known as lateral Epicondylitis (inflammation to the outside elbow bone), lateral Epicondylosis, or simply lateral elbow pain.

Duration of treatment: 5 to 7 days.

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping and medicine.


The symptoms of pain, numbness, and/or weakness that radiate along the sciatic nerve from the lower back to the buttocks and leg is described as sciatica or lumbar radiculopathy. It is caused by general compression and/ or irritation of one of five nerve roots that give rise to the sciatic nerve or by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve itself. Lower back disorders put pressure on or cause irritation to a lumbar nerve root or a disc problem like herniated disc or degeneration of disc, which releases inflammatory proteins that irritate the adjacent nerve. Sciatica symptoms are typically felt on only one side of the body. They may include a combination of leg and foot pain, weakness, tingling or numbness, muscular weakness, pins and needles or tingling and difficulty in moving or controlling the leg. Depending on where the sciatic nerve roots are compressed, symptoms may be felt in different areas of the leg and into the foot. It is important to remember that sciatica is a symptom of an underlying condition, not a diagnosis in itself.

Duration of treatment: 3 to 7 days

* Mode of treatment: Massage, cupping, steaming and medicine.

*Disclaimer Duration of treatment may vary according to severity of disease.

* Separate section for ladies.

Other diseases taken care of:

  • Infertility (Male & Female)
  • Ischemic heart disease (I H D)
  • Allergic Manifestations
  • Digestive system disorders
  • Piles
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  • Acid peptic disease (APD)
  • Chronic constipation
  • Male & Female Sexual disorders
  • Skin disorders
  • Kidney Stones
  • Diabetic wounds
  • Sports injury
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