What is the Colon?
Also call the large intestine, the colon is the last 5 to 5-1/2 feet of the digestive react. It is a hollow tube with an average diameter of 2-1/2 inches, located in the abdominal cavity around the small intestine. The function of the colon is the formation and elimination of feces. The formation of fecesis through the absorption of water, minerals and vitamins and the elimination occurs when the muscles of the colon contract and the wave-like motion, called peristalsis, pushes the feces out. The colon plays a vital role in health and disease of the body. It is a major organ of elimination of toxins and waste. If digestive disturbances occur and bowel movements are not regular, the waste products may accumulate.
What is colon hydrotherapy?
Colonics, colon irrigations, colon therapy or high enemas are other names for colon hydrotherapy. Colon hydrotherapy refers to the use of water for internal cleansing of the colon (large intestine), without the use of drugs or chemicals. It is a process of softening the fecal material in the colon so it may be released. Colon hydrotherapy is relaxing and clean.
All sessions are performed in a clean and professional setting.