A news brief that appeared in the June issue contained an error regarding the benefits of cupping. We regret the error. Here is the corrected version:
Marisa Sabin, an advanced contemporary cupping practitioner and licensed massage therapist, of Cupping for Wellness & Beauty, in Naples, contends that cupping can improve tense back, neck, hips, feet and other areas, sciatica, poor range of motion, anxiety, muscle cramps, digestion and plantar fasciitis. She also provides tips and advice on how to use self-care cupping products at home.
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