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What to Ask Before Colonic Irrigation Treatments

Colonic irrigation is a form of hydrotherapy that uses water to flush built-up waste to cleanse the colon. Deeper cleansing than an enema, colonic irrigation reportedly removes harmful toxins from the body, improving not only the function of your digestive system, but your overall health and well-being. When choosing a colonic irrigation therapist, you must use caution to ensure you find a reputable professional who can safely perform the procedure. Using these questions when interviewing prospective therapists will help you to make an informed decision.

  • What type of training and licensing do you have?
    Only select a professional who has received professional training from a school approved by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy or the Institute of Professional Colon Hydrotherapy, the two international boards for colonic irrigation. The best therapists are often those who have a license as a physician, chiropractor, or registered nurse; however, therapists who do not have other medical credentials may also be qualified, provided they have the right education.

  • Are you insured?
    Providers of colon cleansing services should have professional and liability insurance. This covers them in case of medical errors or any injuries that occur on their property.

  • What happens before my appointment?
    Although the reported benefits of colonic irrigation are many, the procedure can pose potential risks to individuals with certain health conditions. Your colonic hydrotherapist should take a thorough medical history from you before performing the procedure to ensure its safe for you.

  • Do you use disposable equipment?
    The enema tubes and speculum used to cleanse the bowels should be thrown away and not reused.

  • What happens after my appointment?
    A reputable colonic irrigation center will give you discharge counseling. This brief discussion will list any changes that you should make to your diet and any necessary precautions you should take in the days immediately following the procedure.
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    Colonic irrigation is performed by alternative health professionals. You can get a recommendation from your physician or doctor to see such a specialist, who can perform the treatment within a health and wellness spa or medical clinic or center. Although no scientific health benefits have been verified on this water cleanse method, colonic irrigation is a popular method among many to cleanse the bowels and flush the intestines of waste.

    Specialists can administer what is essentially an enema to the patient, and even offer some helpful acai berry remedies to help the process along. The patient can visit the practitioner’s office or spa to get the enema as part of colonic irrigation, or hydrotherapy. Professionals that offer hydrotherapy may also offer acupuncture, mineral body wraps, ear candling, reiki, and foot reflexology. In addition, they could offer organic facials, weight loss programs, detoxification counseling, massage, and advice on overall digestive care.

    Patients that visit a professional for colonic irrigation may also be interested in herbal supplements in addition to traditional medicine, along with diet and fitness programs. Those with chronic illnesses such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may try colonic irrigation to relieve symptoms. People with recurrent stomach problems may also try it. Practitioners should be well versed in this area when administering colonic irrigation. They should have a gentle demeanor and provide a relaxed atmosphere for the treatment, whether in a clinical or spa setting. They may also offer counseling in regards to the latest proven methods of relieving constipation and restoring bowel health through natural remedies.




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