to healing your intestines naturally. Research indicates that
when you heal your gut you heal your body. The gut is the
core of your metabolism. Through colon hydrotherapy you can
cleanse your large intestines of stool, gas, mucus and pathogenic
microorganisms. The colon hydrotherapy activates your parasympathetic
nervous system of rest and relaxation. Sheila Shea MA has
been in practice 42 years and has a world of experience. Being
a licensed massage therapist as well as a colon therapist,
Sheila accompanies the colonic with abdominal massage including
eastern and wester techniques. She is proficient working with
Ms Shea offers intestinal nutrition counseling and detoxification
program for those that want to accompany their session with
greater support. Sheila is a Certified GAPS™ (http://www.gaps.me/)
Practitioner and has knowledge of numerous metabolic-healing
diets including Ketogenic, Paleolithic and Plant-based nutrition.
We want your visit to be relaxing, educating and nurturing
to your intestinal health. You begin that by turning on your
parasympathetic nervous system of ‘rest and relax’
primarily through breathing. The breathing is a slow count
in and out plus a focus on the lower bowel. This consistent
slow and lower bowel pelvic breathing is able to release traume.
The session is your time to relax and transform. Your nervous
system will thank you.
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My sessions are by
appointment. On the first session, you may arrive 20 minutes
early to fill out the Health Questionnaire. For your convenience
and to save you the 20 minutes, you are able to download the
Health Questionnaire, fill it out at your convenience and bring
it to the office completed on your first visit. I review the
Questionnaire with you before your session.
Preparation Using Colon Hydrotherapy
now have the opportunity to use colon hydrotherapy as a preparation
for Colonoscopy. The results are more effective and comfortable.
The Intestinal Health Institute offers you 2 options to prepare
your colon or large intestines for your Colonoscopy.
schedules to prepare your bowel for examination:
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 1 is 2 days prior to exam.
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 2 is 1 day prior to exam.
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 3 is the morning or afternoon
of the exam.
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 1 is 7 days prior to exam
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 2 is 3 days prior to exam
• Colon Hydrotherapy Session 3 is the afternoon/evening
prior to the exam
you feel you do not have a productive session by the second
colonic or within a day before your colonoscopy, you might want
to reschedule your colonoscopy. You want to put yourself in
the best position to have a successful colonoscopy. The therapist
cannot determine whether the colonoscopy will be successful.
However, with the therapist, the client uses his/her best judgment
as to rescheduling. In the event of rescheduling a colonoscopy
appointment, you continue a colonic protocol until you are cleansed.
colon hydrotherapy approach is the healthiest known way to cleanse
the colon prior to a colonoscopy and is now being used in hospitals.
Danbury Connecticut Hospital has made it the top choice for
MasterCard and Discovercard Accepted
Three (3) Sessions
Five (5) Sessions
Sessions Expire in Five Months
Implants and Additives
and additives may be used during the session and are supplied
by the client. Remember that colon hydrotherapy is a 'hydro'
therapy, a therapy using water. If something is added to the
water during the session that is an additive. If the client
retains a substance after the colonic that is called an implant.
Key substances are coffee, wheat grass and probiotic.
$10 Implants $20
I am centrally located in the city of Tucson, Arizona at
4427 East Fifth Street west of Swan and east of Columbus Roads.
you enter the office, the Health Questionnaire is to the immediate
right on the table. You may fill it out at the office or download
the form and bring it in already completed.
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Colon Hydrotherapy - an Alternative Bowel Prep for Colonoscopy
Brochures Many of you want to know what a colon hydrotherapy
session is like. I have two introductory brochures to answer
many of your preliminary questions about the process. Click
on Basic Info on the Navigation
Bar for Sheila's Introductory Brochure.
Brochure to read a colleague's information on Colon
do I prepare for a Colon Hydrotherapy session?
To make your session easier, I have written an article that
gives you abundant information on HowTo
Prepare. Click on How To Prepare to make your sessions
that much better!
about after the colonic, what can I expect?
Once again, click on the hot text and you can read over What
To Expect After your first and subsequent colonics.
It's not always the same for everyone however it gives you substantial
background to guide you after you have received colon hydrotherapy.
insertion of the speculum, what's that like? The insertion of the speculum is the big event that both
first time clients and beginning students of colon hydrotherapy
all wonder about. The speculum is about 3/4 " in diameter,
well lubricated and inserted very gently 2-4 " into the
anus by well-trained practitioners. Some states require self-insertion
and the therapist guides you in the insertion. In other states,
the therapist makes the insertion. In either case, the insertion
is done very gently. In some instances, you will be asked to
rest on your left side for the insertion. In other instances,
you may be asked to bring your knees to your chest, holding
your knees lightly with your hands. Breathing deeply and easily
into the lower abdomen is a breath we encourage during insertion
and during the colonic as it is the basis of relaxation.
the insertion, the theripist secures the speculum preventing
it from slipping out by having you rest on a tie that is wrapped
from the speculum to under your buttocks.
information is about the close-tube system. The open-basin system
operates slightlydifferently and still very gently and simply.
To understand the difference between the two systems click on
on the Navigation Bar.
I use FDA approved equipment to
perform the Colon Hydrotherapy. The instrument is manufactured
by Dotolo Research Corporation and is called the Toxygen
Model BSC-UV. It is a closed-tube system with temperature
and pressure control. Each person has his or her own set of
disposable tubing and speculum that
come in a germicidal pack.
The number of sessions varies from person to person depending
on goals, medical and intestinal background, and current lifestyle
and intestinal state. I review the Health Questionnaire with
you, answer your questions, give you the session and offer my
feedback. You choose your course of sessions. Some people feel
the colon hydrotherapy is a magic bullet and one session will
empty them and heal them forever. Colon hydrotherapy is a therapy.
Given that 88% of the public has metabolic syndrome, the therapy
like psychological therapy can take some time. That means you
are dedicating time in months and years to cleanse and heal
your gut. Patience and perseverance are required.
24 Hour Cancellation Is Required for Any Appointment or
You Are Charged for the Full Amount.
The therapy is generally not covered by insurance. However,
in some cases it is covered if you have a medical prescription
for it. Some corporations pay for colon hydrotherapy through
a fund paid into by their employees.
Educational articles are available for your further information.
Colon Hydrotherapy is not intended to replace the relationship
with your primary health care providers and my consultation
is not intended as medical advice. They are intended as a sharing
of knowledge and information from my education, research, experience
and community. As a Colon Hydrotherapist, I encourage you to
be open to new information on the effectiveness of colon hydrotherapy
and the foundational role of diet, exercise, supplementation,
stress management and emotional and mental work. I encourage
you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research
and in partnership with your primary health care providers.
information and service provided is not used to prescribe, recommend,
diagnose or treat a health problem or a disease. It is not a
substitute for medical care. If you have or suspect you may
have a health problem, you should consult your primary health