What is an Enema?
An enema is a procedure which introduces a small amount of water or another liquid into the rectum, with the desired result being to soften and expel hardened stool (feces, or “poop”) that has become impacted in the lower part of the colon.
The health care professionals at Company Name have many years of experience in helping patients who are dealing with constipation problems.
In certain cases, enemas are also used as a way to deliver medicines or to prepare for X-ray imaging of the colon. An enema may also be required prior to having a colonoscopy performed.
We provide the following Enema services:
* Water Enema
* Coffee Enema
* Castor Oil Enema
* Barium Enema
Coffee enemas have been used for many years as a way to help rid the body of toxins and accumulated wastes. The main goal of the coffee enema is to detoxify the liver and gallbladder, as well as cleansing the intestines.
We will ensure that you get the enema which is right for your needs. With extensive experience of this procedure, we are happy to advise you or discuss your requirements.
Our other services include:
* Colonic Irrigation Hydrotherapy
* Full Body Detoxification
* Foot Detoxification
Colonic irrigation – sometimes called a “high enema” - offers several health benefits related to the cleansing of the colon. As waste builds up in the colon, it can cause constipation as well as a range of other symptoms and health issues.
People frequently try an enema as a method of colonic irrigation. While an enema may assist with constipation, it only cleanses the lower part of the colon.
An enema involves infusing water into the colon on a one-time basis, to evacuate the lower part of the bowel. Colonic irrigation or hydrotherapy, on the other hand, usually involves multiple infusions, and it is meant to cleanse the entire colon.
The trained and certified colonic hydrotherapists at Company Name offer enemas, as well as colonic irrigation treatments designed to cleanse the colon of waste that has built up over a period of years.
Contact us for more information at (561) 123-1234.