) therapy? And if so, what are they?
and how often would you recommend this (once a month? once/twice a year?)
therapist, how often do you get hijama done yourself, and what for (if any specific condition) and who do you go to to get it done (since it is not an easy therapy to self-administer)?
After being a hajama practitioner I never delayed it by 4 month as my body engine feel the density of its impure oil. In the beginning I get it done by my hajama teacher now any of the people who assist me do this job.
therapy in Pakistan? Is it available in hospitals and clinics as a valid alternative / sunnah therapy?
During the last three or four years this sunnah have been recognized as a valid alternative therapy and many renowned hospitals are opened their cupping therapy department, but specifically as a pain relief therapy. Going towards the dark side, many illiterate people make it a cash earning profession as Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) do not made any proper laws for the professionals. As a result non-medicated non-sterilized stuff is being used even reused by quack practitioners. If the prevailing situation continues, I am afraid that the government will put a ban on the Nabawi therapy as we have already seen in Saudi Arabia.
– Whereabouts is your clinic or practice located and what services do you offer?
My personal clinics in Karachi are in 1.North Karachi, 2. Dastagir. Recently I contracted a renowned hair transplant club “ The Hairclub International” on behalf of which we have started hajama therapy in Karachi(Sindhi Muslim Society) and Lahore(main Bulverde gulberg) and planning to open hajama clinics in Islamabad, Multan, Faisalabad and Sialkot in their already existing hair transplant branches.
– Is there anything else you would like to add?
I think that hajama works 50% without tibb-e-nabawi(P.B.U.H) herbs and diet so there must be a proper training institute teaching both the three alignments as MashaALLAH practiced by my respected teacher brother Abu Abdul Wali (Shami). I think he is the reviver of Tibb-e-nabawi(P.B.U.H) in the 21st century. His website http://www.tibbenabawi.org is worth seeing.
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