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Blood circulation

The suction from the cups enhances circulation in the region where they are positioned.

Lung disease

Cupping is an excellent therapy for respiratory illnesses

digestive problems

If your digestion is disrupted, you may experience congestionand many more.

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Islamic Hijama Center is a team of male and female experts who are perfectly professional is Hijama services keeping the aspect of confidentiality, trust and professionalism. Our expert therapist has a long-standing experience in field of Hijama.


Improves blood circulation

The suction from the cups enhances circulation.

Release of toxins from tissues

Toxins are removed from your blood by organs.

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Dry cupping is a manual therapy that involves positioning a cup on the skin and creating a vacuum to apply negative pressure. This negative pressure increases blood flow to the area.


wet cupping the skin is lacerated so that blood is drawn into the cup. Although cupping has been a treatment for centuries, and had been used by various culture and societies, its mechanism of action is not well understood.


Fire cupping, also known as cupping therapy, is a treatment technique that places glass, bamboo, or plastic jars on the skin to enhance circulation, relieve pain, and extract toxins from the body.


There are several situations in which leech therapy may be used. People who may benefit include those who risk limb amputation due to the side effects of diabetes, those who have been diagnosed with heart disease, and those who are undergoing cosmetic surgery in which they risk the loss of some of their soft tissue.


Wood therapy, also called Madero therapy, is a vigorous massage with hand-held wooden tools that effectively contours the body without harming the skin or tissue. ​ Many of our clients swear by wood therapy because they're seeing noticeable changes in their body with zero effort on their part!

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Abu Hurairah reported that the Messenger r said, “If there was something excellent to be used as a remedy then it is cupping (Hijama).” [Saheeh Sunan abi Dawud (3857), Saheeh Sunan ibn Maajah (3476)].


We’re available 7 days a week and have specific office hours with all doctors on staff. Outside of normal office hours you can receive an on call Doctor or Nurse at your nearby hospital if needed.


What is cupping therapy? why it was benefical for us?
Your all answers are here with history and some Quran and Sunnah points.

Muhammed (SAW) advised cupping in over 28 holy instructions, and urged the people to use it. It is beyond the scope of this article to elaborate on all those narrations but we have selected a few that emphasise the importance of this beneficial practice.
Alongside the Hadeeth at the start of the article, the following are some essential information from the Prophetic tradition about Hijama.
The Prophet (SAW) said: “If there is anything good in the medicines with which you treat yourselves, it is in the incision of the Hijama therapist, or a drink of honey or cauterization with fire, but I do not like to be cauterized.” (Reference: Muslim, 2205)
The Prophet of Allah, Rasool Allah (SAW) used cupping on his honourable head for migraine (Collected by Al-Bukhari), on his honourable hip joint (Collected by Abu Dawud) and back of the neck (Kahill) lateral sides of the neck and between shoulders (Collected by Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah) and said that “cupping on the back of the neck [elkamahdowa] treat 72 illness! (collected by at Tabarani).
Narrated by Ibn Majah, on the authority of Ali Radi Allaho Anh that angel JIBREEL advised Prophet Muhammad Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam for Hijamah at Akhda’ain (posterior jugulars) and KAHIL (upper back ~ between the shoulders).

Cupping Therapy (Hijama) has a dramatic detoxifying effect on the skin and circulatory system. By increasing the flow of blood and plasma through the veins and arteries, cupping enhances the cleansing and removal of toxins.
Cupping Therapy (Hijama) has stimulating and strengthening effects so it successfully treats the following conditions:

  • Constipation and
  • Diarrhea
  • Headaches
  • Back pain
  • Arthritis
  • Injuries
  • Depression
  • Emotional problems
  • Skin problems
  • Weight loss and much more.

    Even though Hijama is a very simple procedure, it has dramatic effects. Our health and well-being are tied up with the immune system and are totally dependent on the flow of blood and Qi (energy) and body fluids like hormones and lymphatic fluid. Traditional medicine tells us that all pain is due to stagnation of these symptoms.

Cupping was widespread throughout the whole of Europe (including the UK), Asia and more so in the Islamic societies where this ancient prophetic practice was and still is an acceptable practice used as a remedy and supported by religious beliefs.
The Ancient Egyptians, Greeks as well as the Chinese used this therapy. An indication of the long history of cupping is evident as the, Ebers Papyrus, recognised as the oldest medical textbook written in approximately 1550 BCE in Egypt mentions the art of cupping (Curtis, 2005).
Cupping was also practiced by famous Arab physicians as Al-Razi (865-925) and Ibn Sina or best known to the west as Avicenna (980-1037).
It’s worth mentioning that in mainly rural Bangladesh a similar practice by the name of ‘Shinga’ has been practised by particular individuals. Many Muslims in Bangladesh seem to associate it with witchcraft and other possibly unislamic practises, which discourages many Muslims from having the therapy done. It must be highlighted that this does not detract from the fact that if done correctly and by the right practitioner in the right context, it is an effective method of healing and after all an authentic Sunnah of the prophet (SAW).
In the West, cupping remained an important part of medicine and therapy, both- conventional / alternative, and folk-based, until the early 20th century. The surgeon Charles Kennedy wrote, in 1826:
“The art of cupping has been so well-known, and the benefits arising from it so long experienced, that it is quite unnecessary to bring forward testimonials in favour of what has received not only the approbation of modern times, but also the sanction of remotest antiquity.”“IF THERE WAS SOMETHING EXCELLENT TO BE USED AS A REMEDY THEN IT IS CUPPING (HIJAMA).”
[Saheeh Sunan abi Dawud (3857), Saheeh Sunan ibn Maajah (3476)] Hijama Specialist Dr. Naveed SalafiWhat is Cupping Therapy (Hijama)?
Cupping therapy (Hijama) is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
The cups may be made of:

  • Glass
  • Bamboo
  • Earthenware
  • Silicone
    Cupping therapy might be trendy now, but it’s not new. It dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cultures. One of the oldest medical textbooks in the world, the Ebers Papyrus, describes how the ancient Egyptians used cupping therapy in 1,550 B.C.
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Frequently Ask Questions.

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Cupping Therapy (Hijama) has stimulating and strengthening effects so it successfully treats the following conditions:

Constipation and Diarrhea
Back pain
Emotional problems
Skin problems
Weight loss and much more.

There are 5 types of Therapies:
Dry Cupping
Wet Cupping
Fire Cupping
Leach Therapy
Wooden Therapy

Yes, its very effective treatment for various disease
Constipation and Diarrhea
Thyroid Disorders
Back pain
Gynecological Disorders

Hijama can be mildly uncomfortable but rarely painful. It looks worse that it feels. Hijama can even relaxing. Most of people are pleased to discover how tolerate Hijama is. It may feel ticklish for some. At the end of the day, the ultimate goal is to feel good after Hijama not during Hijama.

it is common for cupping to leave distinctive small, circular bruises on the areas where the cups were applied and it is usually painless. These cupping marks are discoloration of the skin due to broken blood vessels just beneath the skin, much like a bruise.