Introduction to Cupping Therapy

Dr. Eric and Dr. Mary introduce cupping therapy. This therapy aims to improve range of motion, blood flow, and pain. Similarly, it normalizes the brains awareness of connective tissue. The ESP Team utilizes evidence-based research to remodel soft tissue, resulting in conservative pain management. Generally cupping therapy leaves behind a mark or stain. This stain represents accelerated healing due to increased blood flow. A lot of cupping seen online appears aggressive and does not accurately represent the style used by ESP providers. Learn the basics about cupping at ESP Sports Medicine by watching our video.

Dr. St. Pierre, Doctor of Chiropractic, owner of ESP Sports Medicine

Dr. Eric St.Pierre is the owner of ESP Sports Medicine and an expert in sports medicine, fitness and wellness. He lives and practices outside of Boulder, CO where he implements his extensive experience in progressive healing and management techniques for elite athletes, active individuals and anyone not responsive to traditional or conservative healthcare.

Mary Finck is a Doctor of Physical Therapy at ESP Sports Medicine who specializes in neuromuscular conditions including brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, and more. She has been a physical therapist for 10 years and uses a variety of tools to improve function. These tools include dry needling, muscle scraping, and vacuum cupping. She also uses function and motor control exercises. Mary is proud to be part of an amazing team of chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists, and new age medical doctors. This network of providers allows her to get the best care for her patients to improve their quality of life.

Dr. Mary Finck, Doctor of Physical Therapy, physical therapist, vestibular and concussion therapist