The following is an announcement by Health Means Wealth and originally appeared on the Hijama blog www.ahealth.co.uk , as the following link, and is reproduced here with their kind permission.: 2 Day Intensive Hijama Training Workshop for Women by Health Means Wealth in East London on 7-8 January, 2017 The two-day workshops are about a […]
We are a group of health professionals and experienced hijama therapists that provide hijama in an increasing number of clinics throughout the UK. We have years of experience in practicing hijama & provide care for our patients under the guidance of Qualified Health Professionals. We are all passionate about promoting natural health through the guidance of the Quran & Sunnah. Our aim is to revive this forgotten Sunnah & make it a means of bettering the health of the Ummah.
The LCC is a Cupping Clinic in London that offers a unique professional service. We are a collection of practitioners with varying backgrounds all with a passion and experience in cupping therapy. General practitioners, medical doctors, dental surgeons, experienced homeopaths and holistic practitioners all with a special interest in cupping make up our clinical team.
ICAHT stands for the Institute Of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy and was established by a small group of Health Professionals and Hijama enthusiasts who have been working together in the field of hijama therapy since 2008. The purpose of the organisation is to help revive the practice of hijama on a global scale to the highest professional level by introducing and promoting safe clinical standards to the practice through both practitioner and public education and via the formulation of a regulatory structure and framework. ICAHT is involved in delivering high quality, scientifically based practitioner education and training both nationally and internationally. It has worked with professional organisations including Public Health England, The Ministry of Health India and Federal Regulatory Councils in the UK in order to facilitate the safe administration of the practice. As well as helping to inform and educate the public about the practice of hijama (or wet cupping) the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy (ICAHT) has been established to protect the public by creating a register of professional member practitioners that are not only trained to a specified level of competency but also agree to practice in a transparent and accountable way. Members of the ICAHT professional association […]