Management of pain and myofascial dysfunction is necessary for sports medicine. Given the effectiveness of cupping therapy for managing pain and increasing function, practitioners should know not only how cupping effects pain perception and why it is so effective at increasing function. Many practitioners have been trained in myofascial techniques but do not understand how this particular modality works and the effectiveness of the technique for increasing mobility and function, particularly the new literature that focuses on the physiology of the fascia and how it relates to dysfunction and pain. This home study course is designed for practioners interested in the latest up to date evidence with regard to not only how cupping effects pain perception but increases in function clinically. It is our hope that practioners will use cupping therapy for pain management after this home study course.