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is an Asian treatment useful for treating pain and many other chronic diseases. Gua means "scrape" and Sha means "red rash." With Gua Sha a Chinese soup spoon, or other smooth, hard object, is used to scrape the affected area with pretty significant pressure. This treatment, like acupuncture, helps to stimulate the Chi (Qi) which is the body’s essential life force energy. There is a saying that where Qi goes, blood flows. So as the scraping contacts Qi it also creates a rush of blood flow, thereby creating a raised red rash, also known as petechiae. The redness will subside in a few days. Many people find immediate relief to their pain. For those using this treatment for asthma, breathing difficulties, or blocked congestion, Gua Sha may be useful for prevention — not just treatment. Gua Sha is often practiced by acupuncturists and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners/doctors.