Colonic Hydrotherapy Montreal
Colon Irrigation Treatment
Colon hydrotherapy (also known as colonic cleansing or colonic irrigation) is a specialized naturopathic treatment designed to effectively remove toxins as well as mucus and fecal deposits from the colon and intestinal tract. Special medical equipment is used to inject purified water (completely free of drugs and chemicals) into the colon via the rectum.
During the colon hydrotherapy treatment your therapist may also perform an abdominal massage, which facilitates the breakdown of fecal buildup and toxic deposits. The colon hydrotherapy treatment can take up to 45 minutes. It generally does not require on-site preparation, however it is recommended to restrain from consuming food for three-four hours before your treatment.
$80 – First treatment with Consultation
$60 – Multiple Treatments
Duration: 45-60 min
Colon Irrigation Benefits
Colon hydrotherapy is a key factor in maintaining optimal colon health. It helps to remove toxins and fecal buildup contained in the large intestine; improve the intestinal tract and solve a wide range of health related issues.
Don’t worry, there is no need to prepare. Main recommendation is to eat light before the procedure. Upon your first visit, you will need to fill out a health form that will let your hydrotherapy specialist better understand your overall health situation and diet habits. After all the details are discussed and your treatment plan is ready, the treatment begins.
Colonic hydrotherapy treatment lasts between 45-60 minutes
Is it painful? No, it is not painful. Our specialist will gently introduce a lubricated cannula into your rectum. All cannulas and water hoses are for single use. We use high-quality medical equipment. You won’t feel the water entering your colon. But it can be a little uncomfortable because the water will clean the toxins and evacuate the stools stuck in the colon. About 60-70 liters of water circulate in the colon during the session. When the water comes back clear, it’s over. You can go to the toilet if you need to empty the rest of the water.
Is colonic irrigation dangerous?
There is a myth that colonial irrigation is dangerous. This is not true. The accumulation of toxic fecal matters in the colon is very dangerous and can cause intestinal occlusion. The water we use goes through double purification system and UV filter, after it is heated to comfortable temperature. After the treatment you are offered herbal tea and a natural pill of Acidophilus which contains 6 million cells and replaces the good flora that will partly come out of your body.
How many colonic hydrotherapy sessions do I need?
Many of our clients ask us how many procedures they should do. It depends on your quality of life, your diet, your physical activity. Our specialist will help you to plan your treatment. Afterwards you will feel great. As the result you lose weight, you feel an energy boost, your immune system is stronger. You get sick less often during the year. Your constipation remains in the past.
Colon irrigation can solve many problems. Colon cancer prevention is one of the most serious goals. This is a good prevention especially if your family members had colon cancer. Our recommendation: Drink more water, eat slightly after 6, do more exercise, etc.
We recommend liver cleansing in addition to hydrotherapy
Colonic Hydrotherapy History
Colonic irrigation and its benefits are known and practiced for centuries. Colon hydrotherapy is believed to be invented by ancient Egyptians and is tightly related to the concept of autointoxication. The ancient Greeks have adopted and refined the treatment. Throughout the 19th century, extensive biochemistry and microbiology studies supported the autointoxication theory encouraging mainstream physicians to promote the idea of colon hydrotherapy.
Colon Irrigation Safety
Colon hydrotherapy is a safe and non-habit forming treatment performed in accordance with top medical standards. The production of hydrotherapy equipment in the United States is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Known contraindications include pregnancy, breastfeeding as well as severe intestinal or cardiac conditions. If you have any medical concerns, please discuss the treatment with your family doctor. Colon hydrotherapy is intended for adults only.