The procedure is relatively straight and very safe. the site of treatment is identified according to the medical need. A suction is created using cups on the selected treatment area helping to draw blood to the surface. Small superficial incisions are made using a cupping scalpel. A second suction is used to carefully draw out a small quantity of blood. A third or fourth suction may be applied to withdraw further blood depending on need.
The site of treatment is then managed according to medical wound management procedures. The practitioner will then advise you on self care and caution against any activity that ought to be avoided following treatment.
Sterile disposable equipment is used at all times appropriate medical wound management and clinical waste disposal. The side-effect are all minimal and serious side-effects are easily avoided by trained health professionals.