Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is the application of a small suction cup to areas of the body under tension and stress. Cupping is a form of fascia and muscle work that promotes healing. This treatment is often used to promote blood flow, decrease pain, improve mature scars, and most often decrease muscle tension. After a cupping session, you may notice skin discoloration which is to be expected.

Dynamic Cupping

Dynamic cupping involves moving the cups along the skin to treat larger regions. It can also involve performing a movement while the cup is in place. Moving with the cups on can increase its effects by working on the entire muscle, instead of one spot. At Chiros in Motion, we often move through stretches/sport-specific movements to improve healing effects.

Static Cupping

Static cupping is when the cup remains in one spot during the treatment. This allows for more focus on one location. Static cupping is commonly used for trigger point release.

Cupping Treatment Options

Cupping is often included during our chiropractic visits. Learn more about the initial chiropractic visit and what is included here. If you are an existing patient cupping can be included in any extended treatment including an Extended Treatment Session or Extended Maintenance Care visit.

You also have the option to schedule a standalone cupping session for $40, which is a 10-minute session. To book this session, simply click on your preferred location and navigate to the “Recovery” section.


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Cupping is great for any of the following:

  • Muscle Tension
  • Increasing Blood Flow
  • Promoting Healing
  • Muscle Soreness
  • Mobility Restrictions