Cupping has grown in popularity and is being widely used by clinicians as an effective treatment method. In this webinar we will examine the difference between standard cups and a targeted negative pressure device, LymphaTouch. LymphaTouch provides pulsating negative pressure and mechanical vibrations to increase lymphatic drainage, manipulate tissues and relieve swelling.
Cupping can be beneficial for affecting:
Both of these modalities have a place in treatment and this session will explore how they can impact on your clinical practice.
Benefits of offering such treatments are:
– Increased healing
– Break down of scar tissue
– Faster treatments
– Patient tolerance
– Improved objective results
We will have a 20-30 minute presentation from Drew Contreras followed by an interactive Q&A session.
In the webinar we will;
Discuss the benefits of cupping and targeted negative pressure
Compare and contrast their differences
Explain the benefits to your management of MSK conditions
Kenneth Johnson, Director of Rehabilitation Therapy at Johns Hopkins
Ken Johnson is a physical therapist with more than 15 years of experience working with patients. His clinical expertise includes orthopaedic rehabilitation with emphasis on hip, knee and foot/ankle injuries. In particular, Ken has a strong clinical interest in sports related rehabilitation and technology-assisted rehabilitation, including surface electromyography, biomechanical analysis and rehabilitation ultrasound imaging.