Dr Adeeb Ahmed
Homoeo Consultant Physician and Hijama Expert.
Cupping is a therapeutic
process of removing unclean blood from the body . It is a form of medical treatment which has been recommended by Shariáh. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Álayhi Wasallam) underwent cupping many times.
1.GULSHAN-E- JAMAL OPP SAIMA MALL
2.Model Colony Hashim Raza Road Near AL ASHRAF MASJID
3.JAMIA MASJID MUHAMMADI F.SOUTH
Malir Jinnah Square
Mobile no. 0345-2084022
HIJAMA TRAINING COURSE FOR MALE
AND FEMALE HOMOEO DOCTORS & OTHERS
Hijama has been used for over 5,000 years throughout the world.It is now one of the most
talked about therapies in the industry. Most importantly, people are seeing its
amazing results for nearly every ailment. It is also a powerful natural
preventative alternative.If you are already a practitioner, you are now
in a position to learn how to do exclusive treatments and be ahead of your
This course will be conducted
based on a combination of Islamic teachings and the modern cupping tools. The
course is an ideal foundation to introduce you to the development and practice
of Al Hijama.The course is suitable for beginners as well as experts. It is
carefully structured so each module builds on the previous one, allowing
students to develop their confidence and skills, and reach their full potential
to perform Al Hijama. It provides the basic level of knowledge designed for
students interested to perform home cupping. Students will learn Al Hijama, a
safe, simple, and effective therapy for prevention and treatment of some
conditions and diseases.
To learn basic knowledge
(theory and practical) of Al Hijama mainly dry and wet based on a combination
of Islamic teachings and the modern cupping
1. Definition of Hijama.
2. History of Hijama and ancient healing methods.
throughout the world, up to the present day.
in religious medicine.
5. Benefits of Hijama.
procedures and precautions. 9. Understanding the anatomy of the body, including meridian
10. Understanding orthodox
medicine.11. Understanding health,
disease and causes of ill-health.12. Hijama, detoxification and
the immune system.13. Hijama and other alterative therapies.14. Hijama and common aliment.15. ‘Wet’ practical.16. How to diagnose, make case studies and treatment plans.17. When and when not to treat,
whom and whom not to treat.18. Treatment techniques, health
and safety.19. Emergencies and first aid.20. Patient practitioner development.21. Code of ethics.22. Management skills.