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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Hijama?
A: Hijama, also known as cupping therapy, is an ancient holistic healing technique that involves creating a vacuum on the skin's surface using cups to stimulate blood flow and remove toxins.

Q: Is Hijama safe?
A: Yes, Hijama is generally considered safe when performed by trained and licensed professionals. We adhere to strict hygiene standards and use sterilized equipment to ensure your safety.

Q: What conditions can Hijama help with?
A: Hijama can be beneficial for various conditions such as migraines, back pain, arthritis, digestive disorders, respiratory issues, fatigue, and general wellness. It is always best to consult with our practitioners to determine if Hijama is suitable for your specific condition.

Q: How long does a Hijama session last?
A: The duration of a Hijama session can vary depending on the individual's needs and the number of cups applied. On average, a session can last anywhere between 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Q: Does Hijama hurt?
A: While Hijama may cause a mild discomfort or sensation of suction during cup placement, it is generally not considered painful. Most individuals find the procedure to be relaxing and soothing.

Q: Are there any side effects of Hijama?
A: Hijama is a safe procedure with minimal side effects. Temporary bruising, redness, or mild soreness at the cupping site are common and usually subside within a few days. It is important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by our practitioners to minimize any potential side effects.

Q: How often should I get Hijama done?
A: The frequency of Hijama sessions depends on various factors, including your health condition and treatment goals. Our experienced practitioners will assess your needs and recommend an appropriate treatment plan tailored to you.

Q: Is Hijama covered by insurance?
A: Insurance coverage for Hijama may vary depending on your insurance provider and policy. We recommend contacting your insurance company to inquire about coverage for alternative therapies such as Hijama.

Q: Are there any contraindications for Hijama?
A: While Hijama is generally safe, there are a few contraindications. It is not recommended for individuals with bleeding disorders, skin infections, severe cardiac conditions, or those who are pregnant. It is important to disclose your medical history to our practitioners before undergoing any treatment.

Q: How do I prepare for a Hijama session?
A: It is advisable to eat a light meal before the session and stay hydrated. Wear loose, comfortable clothing that can be easily rolled up or removed to access the cupping sites. Avoid applying oils or lotions to the areas that will undergo cupping.

Q: How can I book an appointment at your Hijama Clinic?
A: To book an appointment, you can visit our clinic in person, call our contact number, or check our website for online booking options. Our friendly staff will assist you in scheduling a convenient time for your session.

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