Manipulative and Körperpraktilen körperonzentrieren mainly on the body’s own structures and systems (eg. As bones, joints, soft tissues) These practices are based on the belief that the body can heal itself and that all body parts are interdependent. These include: Chiropractic Massage Physiotherapy Reflexology Structural Integration Several lesser-known therapies are used in various cultures. They include the following tests: cupping cupping (eg embossing, spoons.) Moxibustion Some of these therapies cause lesions that can be confused with signs of child abuse. These therapies are designed to stimulate the body’s energy and auszuleiten toxins. However, no research has verified its effectiveness. Cupping Cupping is used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and in the cultures of the Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. The practice stems from older traditions which is still carried out in some cultures of bloodletting. The air inside a cup is heated, often using a cotton swab soaked in alcohol, which is ignited. The heated cup is immediately reversed and applied to the skin. The resulting vacuum draws the skin partially into the cup, which is left for a few minutes in place. Cupping has been used to treat bronchitis, asthma, digestive disorders and certain types of pain. Cupping the skin can redden or burn. Scraping scraping involves rubbing with a device via oiled or wet skin, usually on the back, on the neck and shoulders. Embossing using a coin; the spooning uses a spoon. These therapies are used to treat colds, flu, muscle pain and stiffness, and other diseases. Embossing can lead to linear red marks on the skin; spooing can lead to ecchymosis. Moxibustion Dried Moxakräuter (z. B. mugwort) are usually burned close to the skin at specific acupuncture points. The herb can come in the form of incense sticks are used. Moxibustion is used to treat fever, indigestion and pain due to injury or arthritis. Moxibustion can lead to circular burns, similar to the cigarette burns peaks and vesicobullous lesions.

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