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CupEDGE: Interesting Techniques and Uses


Cupping definitely offers a different input than pressure, rolling, or scraping. Here are a few different ways you can mobilize skin on fascia using some light suction.

Here is a video showing some different ways to manipulate superficial skin and fascia. The CupEDGE can provide a moderate or light amount of decompression to an area.



Cupping may work well for persistent peripheral nerve tethering, thus improving neurodynamic mobility, tendinosis, and more. What are some uses you have found for cupping?

Keeping it Eclectic...

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