Electrical Stimulation: ESTIM sends mild electrical pulses through the skin to stimulate injured muscles or reduce pain signals from nerves. It can target muscles to make them contract, improving blood flow and helping repair the injured muscles. ESTIM can also send signals that reach the nerves, blocking pain receptors from being sent to the brain.
15 Minute Cupping Therapy: Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This helps relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cellular repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new vascular tissue.
Fascial Movement Taping (KT): When an area of the body is injured, lymphatic fluid builds up causing inflammation and swelling. This increased pressure can create significant discomfort or pain. When applied correctly kinesiology tape lifts the skin and decompresses layers of fascia, allowing for greater movement of lymphatic fluid, white blood cells, waste products and cellular debris.
Ear Candling: Ear candles are hollow cones made of fabric covered in paraffin wax, beeswax, or soy wax. The pointed end of the candle is placed in your ear, while the slightly wider end is lit. The warmth created by the flame draws earwax and other impurities out of the ear canal and into the hollow candle.