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Diploma in Hijama Therapy

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Hijama is used to treat a wide range of conditions including migraines and hay fever and involves cutting the skin and drawing blood with suction cups. Therapists warn that some offering the procedure to patients are unqualified. And this is putting patients’ health at risk. Hijama or cupping is an effective treatment for this condition. Cupping is an effective treatment for lung diseases like chronic cough, asthma, bronchial congestion, and pleurisy


Course Name: Diploma in Hijama Therapy

Course Id: DHT/Q0001.
Education Qualification: 10th Class.
Course and Exam Fee: 4000.

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Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

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Diploma in Hijama (Cupping) Therapy
Name of PaperM. MarksPass Marks
Introduction to Cupping Therapy10040
History of Cupping Therapy10040
Cupping Therapy Theory10040
Cupping Points10040
Methods/Types of Cupping Therapy10040
Techniques / Steps of Dry Cupping Therapy10040


Introduction to Cupping Therapy

Explain the concept of alternative and complementary medicine, Describe the history and significance of cupping therapy with respect to various countries such as China, Egypt, Greece, Arab, India, etc, Discuss the rise in popularity of cupping therapy in India. Describe the concept of cupping therapy according to different systems of medicine such as Hijama in Unani and Raktamokshana in Ayurveda, Analyze the different types of cupping practices followed in different countries like India, China, Egypt, Greece etc, Analyse the principles of cupping therapy between different systems of medicine like Ayurveda, Unani, Traditional Chinese medicine etc, Charts, Models, Video presentation.

History of Cupping Therapy

History of cupping therapy: Different types of cupping therapy (Wet, Dry, Fire and Massage)  Effectiveness of different types of cupping therapy  Massage Cupping  Dynamic Cupping  Biomagnetic Cupping  Flash Cupping  Facial Cupping  Belly Cupping  Cellulite Treatment  Sports Applications  Orthopedic Treatments, Cupping Therapy: A Therapeutic traditional regime by Malik, To understand why cupping therapy is deemed ineffective it is important to understand the development of the concept of evidence in western medical institutions, and how obtaining evidence has had questionable and corrupt implications.

Cupping Therapy Theory

Describe the concepts of four body humors according to the Unani medicine i.e., Dam (Blood), Safra (Yellow Bile), Balgam (Phlegm) and Sauda (Black bile), Discuss various diseases and disorders in which cupping therapy is beneficial such as aches and pains, abdominal and digestive disorder, common and chronic diseases, lungs and chest disorder, heart diseases, nervous disorder, skin disorder, beauty therapy, and sports injury, Explain the points to remember in cupping therapy on elderly and bedridden patients, Demonstrate the method of identifying physical attributes associated with various diseases, Demonstrate the method of carrying out cupping therapy based on the sample case studies.

Cupping Points

Discuss cupping from the point of modern concept, Sunnah (horary) points used in the treatment to treat physical ailments,  The Basic Principles for Prescription and Selection of Points, Extra ordinary points and new points, each and every point of all meridians should be described detailed as location, indications and the methods, proper scarification and precisely selecting points of cupping, Second, trainees benefited a lot from case studies and learned precise selection of cupping points, enhanced awareness concerning scientific basis of cupping safety and evidence based cupping therapy.

Methods/Types of Cupping Therapy

Demonstrate the method of identifying cupping procedures of different countries, Demonstrate the method of cleaning various equipment and cups, Demonstrate the steps of routine maintenance of the therapy room, Create sample checklist to be maintained for routine material management, Demonstrate the method and process of identifying the type of therapy required for the type of disorder, Demonstrate the method and process of identifying the type of therapy required for the type of disorder, Demonstrate the method of carrying out cupping therapy based on the sample case studies. Demonstrate the method of identifying various positions required for cupping therapy; demonstrate the methods of diagnosing from the coloration of cupping marks.

Techniques / Steps of Dry Cupping Therapy

Explain Dry Cupping/ Cupping without scarification, Explain the indications, contraindications, advantages of dry cupping, Describe the concept, indications, contraindications, advantages, and steps of carrying out Weak / Light, medium, strong, moving or massage, needle, hot, moxa, herbal, empty, flash, ice/ water and magnetic cupping therapy, List various patient positions used in dry cupping therapy such as prone, Sim’s lateral, sitting, supine, etc, Explain the rationale behind the dietary restrictions before the procedure in dry cupping therapy, Explain the pre-operative recommendations to be followed before dry cupping, Explain the post-operative recommendations to be followed for dry cupping therapy, Demonstrate the method of identifying various positions required for cupping therapy.


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