Hijama therapist will carry out a consultation and complete a medical assessment with you to ensure the therapy is safe for you and meets your goals. The therapist will create a treatment plan for you and clearly explain what to expect in the session.
Hijama therapist will ensure the hygiene standards are maintained.
Hijama therapist will clean and disinfect the treatment area where Hijama will be performed.
Therapist will apply the massage oil and gently rub into your skin with a short massage to prepare your body for the treatment.
After the massage, the therapist will use a hand pump to attach the cups to your skin and leave them in place for around 3 to 5 minutes (dry cupping).
Therapist will remove the cups one by one and make tiny superficial scratches on the skin using a sterile single use surgical blade. The cups will be reapplied to allow for bleeding to occur. The cups will stay there for around 3 to 5 mins.
Therapist will remove the cups one by one to collect the blood for disposal. Cups will be reapplied again and left for another 3 to 5 mins. This process is repeated several times.
Once the toxic blood is collected, cups will be removed and all traces of blood, all medical equipment used will be safely disposed in accordance to the latest Safety and UK Government regulations.
Therapist will disinfect your skin and apply massage oil onto each cupped area to sooth it.
When the treatment is over, the therapist will offer the aftercare advice.