There are many different options for treatment when you are trying to obtain relief from symptoms of IBS, bloating, constipation or diarrhoea and colonic hydrotherapy could provide the answer. Not only it said that he treatment can help relieve the symptoms of specific gastro-intestinal problems as the digestive system is closely linked to the rest of your body’s functions, colon hydrotherapy may also help with headaches, allergies and acne and improve your mental and physical sluggishness.
Colon hydrotherapy is a natural treatment and is used my many different people from all walks of life whether young or old, male or female, healthy or suffering. It has been associated with many of the rich and famous however, thousands of people use this treatment every day.
Who shouldn’t have colonics?
There are a few people who are advised not to have colon hydrotherapy, such as people who have had certain types of recent surgery or who currently suffer from:
- Uncontrolled high blood pressure
- Severe haemorrhoids
- Severe anaemia
- Rectal bleeding
- Heart disease
- Strangulated abdominal or inguinal hernias
- Fissures or fistulas
- Kidney failure / insuffiency
- Bowel or rectal cancer
- Liver disease
- Colitis / Crohns disease
- GI haemorrhage / perforation
It is also not recommended for women who think they may be or are pregnant.
The information provided has been sourced from The Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists (ARCH) is the oldest and largest association for colon hydrotherapists. If you would like more information about this type of holistic treatment, please visit their website:
Within the Medigest Business Directory you will find a section dedicated to holistic therapists and you may find here a colonic hydrotherapists near you. If you are a colonic hydrotherapists, make sure your practice is registered with us to enable your potential patients to find you online quickly and easily.