Colon Hydrotherapy One Session
CHICAGO BEVERLY LOCATION ONLY provides Colon Hydrotherapy One Session
Colon Hydrotherapy One Session is a process that uses low pressure UV filtered water to flush out accumulated, impacted and hard waste from the Large Intestine or Colon. This 30-45 minute, painless process uses a disposable speculum to allow 10 – 20 gallons of u-v filtered water to stimulate the muscles of the colon. Expect to: Experience increased energy, improved peristalsis action, relief from aches and pains, the elimination of bloating and gas and the ability to absorb nutrients better. Colon Hydrotherapy One Session is safe. Waste loss varies between 2 and 7 lbs. depending on size and condition. Colon Hydrotherapy is not a painful process. Simple Preparation is suggested the day or evening prior to the session to soften waste and reduce gas.
Colonoscopy is not be confused with Colon Hydrotherapy One Session but is often done before a Colonoscopy.
Colonoscopy is a procedure that enables an examiner (usually a gastroenterologist) to evaluate the inside of the colon (large intestine or large bowel). The colonoscope is a four foot long, flexible tube about the thickness of a finger with a camera and a source of light at its tip. The tip of the colonoscope is inserted into the anus and then is advanced slowly, under visual control, into the rectum and through the colon usually as far as the cecum, which is the first part of the colon.
Gastroenterologists often suggest Colon Hydrotherapy One Session to help remove stubborn waste from the colon prior to the test. A Colon Hydrotherapy One Session can be repeated three or more times in a year.
Colonoscopy may be done for a variety of reasons. Most often it is done to investigate the cause of blood in the stool, abdominal pain, diarrhea, a change in bowel habit, or an abnormality found on colonic X-rays or a computerized axial tomography (CT) scan. Individuals with a previous history of polyps or colon cancer and certain individuals with a family history of some types of non-colonic cancers or colonic problems that may be associated with colon cancer (such as ulcerative colitis and colonic polyps) may be advised to have periodic colonoscopies because their risks are greater for polyps or colon cancer. How often should one undergo colonoscopy depends on the degree of the risk and the abnormalities found at previous colonoscopies. One widely accepted recommendation has been that even healthy people at normal risk for colon cancer should undergo colonoscopy at age 50 and every 10 years thereafter, for the purpose of removing colonic polyps before they become cancerous
Gift cards can be used for multiple sessions or shared with friends and family.
NO COUPONS ACCEPTED FOR THIS SINGLE SESSION SERVICE BY GROUPON OR LIVING SOCIAL.