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What is the colon? What does it do?
The large intestine, also known as the colon, measures about 5 to 5 1/2 feet
in length. When functioning properly, this important organ completes the
digestion of food, manufactures and absorbs certain vitamins and nutrients and
also absorbs water. The remaining waste is then eliminated through bowel
What is a colonic?
Colon Hydrotherapy or “colonic” is a safe, sanitary, and gentle irrigation of
the colon with purified, temperature controlled water. It is an internal bath
that helps cleanse the colon of accumulated fecal matter, preventing the build
up of bacterial toxins and gas. A colonic is different than an enema. An enema
only cleanses the lower part of the colon usually with tap water that can have
chemicals and possible parasites. A colonic cleanses the entire 5 feet of the
colon. The water goes through several filters before entering the body.
Is a colonic painful?
Although colonics are a different sensation, most people do not
A sensitive colon therapist will apply abdominal massage to assist
the process. Many people report their colon hydrotherapy sessions as
being both refreshing and relaxing.
How is it different than an enema?
An enema only reaches the rectum and lower part of the colon,
whereas with colon hydrotherapy, the entire length of the colon (the
large intestinal tract approximately 5 to 5˝ feet in length) is
When would colon hydrotherapy not be
appropriate for me?
If you have a concern about your health or the appropriateness of
colon hydrotherapy you should consult a doctor.
Contraindications for Colon Hydrotherapy:
Severe cardiac disease
Uncontrolled hyper tension
Congestive heart failure
GI hemorrhage perforation
Recent colon or rectal surgery
Carcinoma of the colon or rectum
Is there any possibility of bacterial or viral
contamination from prior use of the colon hydrotherapy equipment?
At Sioné Wellness we use modern colon hydrotherapy machines
which utilize pre-sterilized,
disposable hoses and speculums. These disposables are used only once
during a single therapy session. Properly administered, there is
absolutely no danger of contamination.
does a treatment take?
Actual treatment time is about 30-45 minutes. The total time for
most visits will be approximately 1 hour with the exception of the
first visit which will take a little longer because of the paperwork
How many colon hydrotherapy sessions
does one need?
The number of colon hydrotherapy
sessions will depend on the individual. Just as some people exercise on a daily or weekly basis
to tone and tighten their outer body, some people also have their
ongoing cleansing, toning and rebuilding regimen for the inner body.
We offer packages or series (of 4-6 sessions) at a slightly
discounted price for those that choose to pursue a total cleanse or
series. Colon hydrotherapy could be used as a part of any regular
When considering colon
hydrotherapy since the intestines of the human body are about 26
feet long, is it enough to only clean those 5 feet? Is there a way
to cleanse it all?
The large intestine is between 5-6
feet. The very beginning of it is the Cecum. The Cecum has a small
valve called the Iliocecal valve. This valve is a one way valve.
Food/waste can only travel in one direction, and that's from the
Small intestine (ileum) into the large intestine (Cecum)... and
there's a very good reason for that. You see, most of your
absorption of nutrients takes place in the small intestine... If
water or waste went from your large intestine, (where most of the
waste material is stored) back into the small intestine where most
of the absorptions takes place... your body would be absorbing
waste, toxic, material. Typically, what most
people do who are trying to address the entire digestive track do is
take herbs, in conjunction with colonics.
having a menstrual period at the time of a colon hydrotherapy
session have any effect on the treatment?
No, in fact
it's usually a good time to receive a treatment, since your body is
already cleansing. Your flow will not interfere with the success of
Should I consider colon
hydrotherapy if my Doctor has ordered a colonoscopy?
Yes, a study out of China conducted with 700 people indicated that
colon hydrotherapy is effective 98 percent of the time in preparing
people for a colonoscopy.
What should I do to
prepare for a colon hydrotherapy cleansing?
from eating approximately 2 hours before the cleansing;
refrain from drinking carbonated drinks 24 hours prior to session;
lots of water, fresh veggies, salads, and fruit is always a great
practice for any healthy lifestyle;
and of course, being as relaxed as possible and maintaining a
positive, cheerful attitude.
Can I work directly
after having a colon hydrotherapy?
Yes, you can work
just as you would after a regular bowel movement.
What can I expect after my first session?
It depends – some people might feel a little more tired than normal.
Some might experience a little bloating for a couple of hours. Most
however, report that they feel amazing energy and vibrancy after
DID YOU KNOW?
- 70%-80% of our immune system resides just under the
- 70 million Americans suffer from bowel problems.
- Colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the USA
Cautions & Recommendations
Colon irrigation may not be for everyone. Please check with your
physician or health care practitioner prior to the session.
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Hours of operation:
Hours of operation:
- Monday through Friday 9am to 5:00pm (last appointment)
- All visits are by appointment only.
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