Dry Cupping

Dry Cupping at Salaam hijama Centre Hyderabad:

Dry Cupping uses either rubber or plastic suction cups that are applied to the skin, creating an increase in blood flow and circulation, and detoxifying the impurities.

Dry Cupping – Here’s what you need to know:

  • In dry cupping, the cupping therapist begins with massaging the skin with olive oil.  
  • Multiple cups are then put on the patient’s skin, remaining attached to the skin surface because of the suction created. 
  • The vacuum causes the skin to redden and also causes expansion of blood vessels underneath. 
  • Suction acts as a self-therapy, as it facilitates oozing out of toxins and harmful substances from the body, and healing follows.

Medical & Health Benefits of Dry Cupping 

  • Muscle pain and tension
  • Headaches
  • Reduced joint movement
  • Back pain and sciatica
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Treating many immune, cardio-vascular, respiratory, muscular, skeletal, neurological, digestive and urinary issues.
  • Boosts the circulatory and immune systems
  • Effective at cleansing and detoxifying the body
  • Effective at treating many types illness and relaxes the patient

Why Choose Salam Hijama for Dry Cupping?

  • We offer a Sunnah Hijama Cupping Therapy, and that too in a Modern way
  • At Salam Hiajam, our experts use Modern Instruments for Therapy and strictly avoid reusing cups and needles (All Cups & blades are disposable).
  • We have very qualified, Well behaved, and highly Experienced staff.
  • Our cupping therapy experts do not charge any concerning fee or Check Up Fee
  • You can call us anytime to get an appointment.
  • As a registered centre, we have been working in a legal way.


Book Your Dry Cupping Therapy Today

At Salam Hijama, we offer free consultations for all our brethrens who want to learn more about Dry cupping, the procedure use, qualification of our experts, and how this method of cupping may help bring them to good health. 

To schedule your consultation, please call us during normal business hours, at least 24 hours in advance for an appointment.