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All booking must be done via phone with a staff member. Online booking is not enabled. 

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Contraindications for Colon Hydrotherapy

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What will hinder me from getting colon hydrotherapy?

Contraindications For Colon Hydro Therapy

Anemia: People with significant anemia are at risk for cardiac compromise and may experience worsening of their anemia due to water absorption through the colon.

Aneurysm: Contraindicated if a know aneurysm is present within the abdomen.

Anticoagulation: Contraindicated when the person is taking prescription blood thinners.

Colorectal Cancer: Contraindicated if tumor is present (not surgically resected).

Cardiac Disease (e.g., Uncontrolled Hypertension): The procedure may predispose at-risk persons to increased cardiac challenges such as blood-pressure shifts during CHT. (Colon Hydro Therapy)

Cirrhosis of the Liver: A compromised liver is always a contraindication for CHT.

Congestive Heart Failure: People who have poorly functioning hearts cannot tolerate additional stress on the heart, including water absorption through the colon.

Crohn’s Disease: Contraindicated when severe or active disease is present.

Diverticulitis: Contraindicated when person is in an acute phase, otherwise maybe medically supervised.

Epilepsy and Seizures: Contraindicated when uncontrolled.

Fissures and Fistulas: Contraindicated if painful and bleeding.

GI Hemorrhage: Contraindicated if actively or recently bleeding

Hemorrhage: Contraindicated is swollen, painful, or bleeding.

Incarcerated Abdominal Hernia: Contraindicated if painful.

Dialysis: Kidney weakness make is challenging to manage water absorption through colon.

Pregnancy: May cause risk for miscarriage early in pregnancy and premature labor later.

Prostatitis: Contraindicated when acute as the prostate may be inflamed.

Renal Insufficiency or Tumor on the Kidney:

Surgery: Recent abdominal surgery is contraindicated within twelve weeks of uncomplicated surgery.

Ulcerative Colitis: Contraindicated when severe or active disease.

Intestinal perforation:

Carcinoma of the rectum:

Do you help treat terminal or chronic illness?

We do not diagnose or treat any kind of illness. We offer natural alternatives as suggestions and in a therapeutic environment.

How should I prepare for my first treatment?

It is recommended to avoid a heavy meal 2+ hours before your session. Also drink plenty of water as the colon will absorb water at the beginning to offset dehydration and may delay the first movement of your bowel.

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