Evgeni Rozenfeld, BPT a,b, Leonid Kalichman, PT, PhD a,*
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Review: “There is initial scientific evidence that dry cupping is able to reduce musculoskeletal pain. Since cupping is an inexpensive, noninvasive and low-risk (if performed by a trained pra- ctitioner) therapeutic modality, we believe that it should be included in the arsenal of muscu- loskeletal medicine. It is essential to perform additional studies clarifying the biological mechanism and clinical effects of cupping.” Click here to read more.