Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon Hydrotherapy; a the gentle infusion of warm, filter water into the anal canal which safely cleanses the walls of the colon. With no use of chemicals or stimulants. The procedure is painless, relaxing and most effective cleansing the bowel.

The individual lies comfortably on a table while a small speculum is gently inserted into the rectum. The therapist then monitors the temperature and pressure of the water to ensure maximum comfort. The procedure last about 1 hour.

Colon Dysfunction 

Constipation or diarrhea is usually the first sign of trouble. These danger signs, along with foul-smelling stool or gas may be passed. Normal stool color is honey golden brown, and should not have an offensive odor. During constipation, you may observe a darkening of the stool because of the longer transition time to elimination. The colon will distribute the poisons of decay, fermentation and putrefaction in the blood.

A Healthy Colon 

Your colon or large intestine is a hollow, tube-like organ, made up of muscle structure that moves toxic materials along by wave-like motions, known as peristalsis action. It is approximately five to six feet long. When a person is constipated, the walls of the colon are generally packed or lined with accumulated feces. Extended periods of intestinal overloading caused by the avoidance of an immediate response to the call of nature generally results
in constipation. The colon can neither absorb nor eliminate properly in this condition.
Colon Hydro-Therapy helps heal and alleviate a vast majority of diseases, disorders such as pain and depression. 
The procedures administered by this office are non medical procedures. They are not intended to be a treatment , prescription, therapeutic or corrective measure for human ailments, symptoms or conditions of any kind. Only your license physician can provide such medical treatments. This office does not engage in the diagnosis, prescriptions or treatments of physical or mental aliments or conditions of any kind. Any medical complaints or request for diagnosis prescriptions or treatment of the human ailments should be referred to by your license physician.