Colon Irrigation or Colonic Hydrotherapy – a colon cleanse
What Happens During A Colon Hydrotherapy or Colonic Irrigation treatment?
Colon Hydrotherapy is the safe, gentle infusion of water into the colon via the rectum. The process begins with the client side lying on the treatment table. The next step is for a small speculum tube to be gently inserted. It is through this device that warm, filtered water is passed into the client’s colon.
Our skilled colon hydrotherapist will use a number of fills and releases of warm, filtered water, as well as light abdominal massage techniques, to dislodge the waste matter from the walls of the client’s colon. Once the faecal material is dislodged it flows down the tube into the waste system.
The therapist will monitor the water temperature as therapy proceeds. This is done to enable the therapist to change these factors in order to stimulate the muscular contractions in the colon known as peristalsis. This is a key factor in stimulating a sluggish colon.
A typical colon hydrotherapy session will utilise between 25 and 35 gallons of water to flush the colon. The therapist may employ a number of different techniques to improve the effectiveness of the treatment. These can include massage of the abdomen (with the client’s agreement), breathing and relaxation techniques.
The hydrotherapist will determine progress during the session and recommend additional therapy if thought to be beneficial.
Clients often report an increase in energy and vitality after a colon hydrotherapy session.
Afterwards you can expect to feel refreshed, energised with an improvement in adbominal discomfort
Our colonic irrigation clinic is convenient for Manchester, Bury, Whitefield, Prestwich, Lancashire, Cheshire,