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Colon Hydrotherapy Clinic

How many sessions do I need? How often?

A minimum of 3 treatments is recommended for optimal results. Treatments are normally done weekly or bi-weekly for an initial one month period. After that initial period, it is normally recommended that maintenance treatments are done every 4-6 weeks. For severe constipation, a minimum of 6 treatments is normally required and done over the span…
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Does colon hydro hurt?

A colonic is normally not painful. A disposable speculum is gently inserted only a couple of inches into the rectum. It is normal to feel a bit of cramping similar to what you may feel when you have to have a bowel movement. Cramping is often due to gas pockets in the intestines. They quickly…
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What will a session be like?

After a brief introduction of colon hydrotherapy and a review of intake forms, the client will begin the session by wearing customized shorts and positioning themselves sideways on the colon hydro table. A speculum will be inserted by a trained professional. Over the course of the treatment, purified, temperature and pressure regulated water is introduced…
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Will a colonic remove healthy bacteria from my colon?

Both “good” and “bad” bacteria will be washed out during the treatment. Because bacteria multiply so quickly, the bacteria lost will be replaced quickly. Because of the reduction in overall quantity of bacteria, you may also have an opportunity to shift the balance more towards “good” bacteria by supplementing a high quality probiotic after your…
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What should I do after a colonic?

It is recommended to stick to easier to digest foods following your colonic. Foods like warm vegetable soup, warm vegetable or bone broth, steamed vegetables, avocado, and fresh pressed juices are normally ideal post-colonic. Too much roughage for the 24 hours following your colonic may cause cramping or bloating. It is also recommended to drink…
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What should I do before a colonic?

Before your colonic it is ideal to avoid eating for 2 hours prior to your session, although drinking water or fresh juice is not a problem. For better cleansing results you may eliminate certain foods such as red meats and dairy, and eat plenty of high fiber foods 24-48 hours prior to the procedure.

What results should I expect?

Reactions to treatment range from feeling elated and energized to ill. All of these reactions are normal, and as people continue receiving treatments on an ongoing basis, the more unpleasant reactions tend to subside. Patients often report feeling lighter and less bloated.