The safe and gentle infusion of warm, filtered water into the rectum, Colon Hydrotherapy is painless procedure that is relaxing and effective. During a session the client rests comfortably on one of our treatment tables. A therapist – while monitoring the water temperature – guides the steady flow of filtered water. In contrast to an enema, the procedure does not entail the retention of water. Instead, Colon hydrotherapy is much thorough. It can reach the full length of the colon, which can be five or six feet, rather than only the first few inches of the recto-sigmoid area.
Colon hydrotherapy helps improve hydration in the large intestine, as water gets absorbed by the tissues and increases the volume of the blood. The boosts circulation and results in greater cleansing of the individual cells. The procedure also dilutes and flushes toxins and increases elimination throughout the kidneys, skin and bowels.
By clearing the colon of impacted waste matter, this painless therapy can offer relief from a range of symptoms: fatigue, gas discomfort, headaches, irritability, skin problems and depression are just a few of the unpleasant ailments from which our clients have found relief. Plus, Colon Hydrotherapy enhances a general sense of wellness – you’ll simply feel lighter and have more energy!
Learn more about the many health benefits of this remarkable procedure and schedule your first Colon Hydrotherapy at 847-657-1600.
Note: Colon Hydrotherapy is not a method that should replace your relationship with a primary health care provider. Consultations with Northshore Healing Centre are not identified as medical advice. Rather, consultations with our staff are the sharing of expertise and helpful information regarding the application and benefits of colon hydrotherapy as well as the role of diet, fitness, stress management and emotional and mental strategies. We encourage clients to make their own informed decisions with respect to healthcare. The information and services provided at Northshore Healing Centre are not a substitute for medical care. Consult your healthcare provider if you suspect you have a health problem.