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Frequently Asked Questions

Colon HydrotherapyHow do I prepare for my first visit?

Your initial session will begin by filling out personal history medical forms and then the therapist will show you the system and explain the procedure before starting your first session.

What type of colon hydrotherapy system is used?

The Angel of Water CM-1 system offers a very simple, comfortable and hygienic means to irrigate the colon when medically indicated, such as before a radiological or endoscopic examination. It is a state-of-the-art, open-style colon hydrotherapy system ergonomically designed for comfort and is inviting to both fully mobile and mobile-impaired patients. The system’s tank holds 8 gallons of water. The tempered water is treated with both ultraviolet and carbon filtration and set to the colon’s internal body temperature for comfort.

Description of a colon hydrotherapy session?

The colon hydrotherapist will greet you and accompany you to the colon hydrotherapy room. The colon hydrotherapist will leave the room while you remove your lower garments. You’ll then recline on the system and gently insert a single-use, well-lubricated, pencil-sized nozzle 1-2 inches into the rectum and drape a cover cloth sheet over the lower half of your body to maintain modesty and dignity.

When you are ready, you’ll press the call button to page the colon hydrotherapist, who will then come back into the room and start the session. Simply relax and listen to soothing music as the water flows into and out of the colon, evacuating its contents into the system’s basin. If you wish, you can watch the contents leave your body through a sealed viewing tube

Once the session is complete, the colon hydrotherapist turns off the system and then leaves the room to allow you to drain and rinse in privacy. When you are through, you will meet the colon hydrotherapist outside of the room for a refreshment and a recap of the session.
A session typically lasts 45 minutes, but allow one hour for your appointment.