Are you suffering from back pain?

Is your lower abdomen swollen?

Does your pain keep coming back?

Walking or light exercise is not helping you get rid of stiff hip joints?

Has the skin around your lower back or hip area changed colour?

Have you fallen or injured yourself?

Are you in pain when you wake up?

These might be symptoms of issues with the tailbone or lower back pain.

Do not ignore these symptoms.

Consult a Certified Hijama Practitioner.

There are lots of possible causes of hip or lower back pain. It might be caused by a sudden injury or a longer-lasting problem such as arthritis.

Your symptoms might give you an idea what could be causing the pain.

Consult your GP for diagnosis. 

If you are suffering from back pain, try to avoid putting too much strain on your hip. It’s best to keep moving but try not to over-do things.

Placing an ice-pack on the affected area can help with pain relief. Wear comfortable shock-absorbing shoes. Gentle stretching exercises can help relieve the condition.

Being overweight can cause back pain or tailbone issues.

Hijama Cupping Therapy can help with the condition Insha Allah.

Cupping is quite successful to relieve inflammation and aches in the body, including for rheumatoid arthritis of the hip or lower back. 

Hijama Nation would advise the following hijama points for Back pain or tailbone issues.

Medical history is to be considered beforehand and a detailed Hijama Treatment plan is to be designed according to each client.

Hijama Cupping can help improve blood flow in the targeted area, relaxing the muscles, flushing out toxic blood and thus promoting natural healing.

Moving cupping is very beneficial in such cases and provides the client with deep-tissue massage.

Hijama is a Sunnah and used for the treatment of various inflammatory and painful conditions like sciatica, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, general pains and aches, removal of deep swelling and many other diseases.

Hijama can help with deep tissue massage, reducing inflammation and improving circulation, while myofascial release helps to loosen tight muscles and fascia

Some light stretching exercises like, lie on your back, pull each knee to your chest in turn, keeping the other leg straight. Take the movement up to the point you feel a stretch, hold for around 10 seconds and relax. Repeat 5-10 times if it’s not painful and you feel it’s helpful.

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Adeela Aaiesha (CHP)

Hijama Coach.

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