Hijama for sacroiliac pain post delivery

This is a guest-post in the form of a written interview with a female patient about her experience of hijama therapy in Qatar for the treatment of sacroiliac pain after delivery.

 Hijama for sacroiliac pain post delivery

 – What condition did you suffer from (if any)?

I was suffering from bilateral sacroiliac pain (inflammation) on both my hips for the past 4 years after  delivery by Caesarean-section. My life was not normal. Getting up, from a lying down position, standing after sitting squatting down to play with my toddler was a pain which wouldn’t let me enjoy my life as a normal person.

– What other treatment did you try before trying hijama therapy?

I had done all kinds of allopathic treatments in different genres ( ortho, neuro, rheumatology).
Tried numerous painkillers, ointments,oils massages. etc for 4 years. I was shunting between doctors and therapists.

– Where do you live and where did you go for the hijama therapy?

I live in Qatar and I went to a female therapist after searching from Hijama Directory.

– What did the treatment involve?

My treatment involved wet cupping 5-6 points in first session and wet cupping along with massage cupping using aroma therapy  oils and some massage in second session.

– What was the result?

Alhamdulillah  I can feel tremendous change.

My pain has reduced to great extent, I never could think before hijama that this pain would go.
– What was your overall impression of the therapist and her practice?

Alhamdulillah my result says it all..definitely my therapist did a great job in my case. She handled my feelings and my thoughts with utmost care and  hospitality.

After making sure I am not anaemic she started to brief me with the procedure and with great hygenie she started applying cups.
Before undergoing treatment I was bit nervous as to how much painful the procedure might be.

But when she told me that 3 points are over I couldn’t believe it, I said when.??!!…

She advised me with pre and post conditions about hijama.
She even advised me few follow ups and some aromatic oils which would make me free of the minute pain which I have.
Jazak Allah Khair to her.
– How did the therapist get to learn hijama therapy (was it a course he attended or was it something handed down from generation to generation in their family)?

She had her Hijama course done from U.K.and learned with many specialists in Qatar and India.

She has even obtained a first class course in Emergency medical first aid from the sole local Hamad Hospital  recognised by the Supreme Health Council to handle any emergencies with her patients and advise them accordingly.

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Our thanks to the patient (who prefers to remain anonymous) for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or comments, then please leave a comment* below.

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