Paida Lajin is not a traditional Chinese practice anymore as a majority of people perceive it. It is slowly gaining acceptance among people. Men and women in the sporting arena are being to adopt it heal themselves from injuries sustained in the field. In 2016, an athlete Michael Phelps was seen with purple dots on his back an indication that he has used “cupping” to hasten recovery. People with chronic pain, immune disorders, gynecological issues, and skin disease no longer have to suffer.
Paida Lajin offers a non-invasive solution to these debilitating medical conditions. Tools to perform these exercises are readily available for people who wish to explore this healing process. Patients who want to do it themselves can view videos on Pailala Institute’s website and improvise tools to suit their needs. Individuals who wish to become coaches to promote health and wellness in the society can now easily join this movement. Despite its immense advantages, Paida Lajin is not a replacement of conventional western medicine. Before one begins to utilize this healing technique, they should consult their doctor first.