The following are industry agreed relative contra-indications.
The suitability of the treatment remains specific to the individual and must be assessed by a professional Colonic Hydrotherapist,
Anal tear and haemorrhoid(s) if Digital Rectal Examination reveals potential intolerance
Chemo-therapy and cancer treatments known to cause inflammation, infections, anaemia and general weakness – Colon Hydrotherapists should work with the medical team
Controlled hypertension and a prescription for diuretics
Debilitating heart, liver and kidney diseases manifesting pain and weakness
Diabetes – Risk of Hypoglycaemia; client advice should be given in preparation for treatment
Diverticulosis within 3 months of episode of diverticulitis
Highly anxious, stressed or emotional
Inflammatory Bowel Disorders in remission for a minimum of 6 months
Long term Oral or Rectal Steroid – Risk of reduced bowel integrity
Recent (within 6 months) hip/knee joint surgery will need to establish mobility and if client can lie on their left side.
Severe underweight or Eating Disorders
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