Sometimes know as colonic irrigation, colonic hydrotherapy is a safe and effective method of removing waste, encrusted matter, mucus, gas, toxins and parasites from the large intestine, using warm filtered water. The water is filtered and administered via a gentle gravitational system so there is no excess pressure on the bowel. The therapist then uses specialist massage techniques around the colon to help soften the waste matter thus aiding its expulsion.
Colonic hydrotherapy can re-educate, re-tone and reshape the colon, encouraging a more regular bowel movement. It increases the amount of nutrients absorbed and decreases the transit time of toxic waste.
The UK is one of the most constipated nations in the world; one person in three has to consult their GP with some form of bowel problem. Benefits of the treatment might include increased energy, improved circulation, clearer skin and eyes, improved digestion and relief from gas, bloating and bowel movement problems. Colonic hydrotherapy is recommended for sufferers of the following:
Nicky had many years of nursing experience at a senior level before completing her training at the Postgraduate Course in Colon Hydrotherapy at the National College of Colon Hydrotherapy (NCCH) in Poole, Dorset.