The physical formation of “Solid Bloat” is simple; heat from inflamed tissue slowly dehydrates the surrounding lymph, which inhibits normal drainage, circulation and hydration. Fascia fuses together from the heat and the congestion spreads through the upper tissues and skin surface. This inflammation can come from a myriad of sources such as surgeries, injuries, chronic movement patterns, and even childhood diseases and exposure to toxicities
Muscle Detox Therapies
Compared to the tediously slow compression work of Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Vacuum Therapy does the opposite.
Stretches open the lymphatic vessels, rather than closing them. This action actually increases the movement of lymph locally and systemically with cumulative treatments.
Increasing Lymphatic output increases the immune systems ability to detoxify the body and respond to stressors put onto it from disease, chemicals, stress and enviromental waste.
Lymphic Drainage Cupping Therapy
Scar Tissue & Adheasion Release
Lifting without force, when working on deep scars and adhesion, fibrous tissue, or fascia that has retained memory from the incident or injury, the technique is comfortable and works very quickly. When the suction cup is placed on the scar tissue and its surrounding areas, the vacuum lifts the scar tissues above and below the skin, essentially pulling them apart so that fresh blood and lymph can circulate freely through them. This improved circulation in turn makes movement easier and as a result, healing of the scars is induced. While healing is always quicker and more effective on newer scars, cupping therapy works as well on old scars in a similar way. In case of C-sections, aside from the surgical scar, many patients experience a swollen sac the base of the belly. Cupping therapy can eliminate that also. The action is cumulative, if a series of treatments is done 1-2 times per week.