Since I grew up in Asia, I’m sure no one is surprised that I’m open to trying Eastern medicine-based therapies like cupping. I’ve had some severe shoulder and neck pain this past week that restricted my range of motion and didn’t seem to be improving with stretching and heat. I knew Michael Phelps had used cupping during the Olympics for recovery, and I’ve also had several friends share their positive experiences about how cupping helped relieve chronic pain, so I thought it was worth a shot. Continue reading “52 Weeks Of Trying New Things | Week 12 |Cupping Therapy At Paradox Wellness In Greensboro”
Whether you travel every day for business or you’re a weekend road trip warrior, you’ve likely realized that staying healthy on the go can be quite challenging. I previously had the mindset that I’d start to take care of my body and focus on my nutrition and fitness AFTER a whole host of things – my next vacation, upcoming food-indulgent holiday, family gathering, social event, etc. It wasn’t until several trips and holidays were ruined by my own sickness that I began to see my perspective was flawed.