Colonic irrigation in Durham

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 12th January 2019
Colonic irrigation in Durham

Colonic irrigation in Durham as a healing method and an integral part of functional medicine has a long history. Still, it acquires scientific justification only in the late XVIII to early XIX century.

We know that the intestinal mucosa is the most complex organ of exchange between the intraintestinal contents and the body’s internal environment. Hence, the task of cleaning the intestines is, first of all, both the elimination of the pathological process in the gut itself, which is the source of infection for the body and the stabilisation of its microflora and electrolyte balance.

Conversely, a healthy intestine can and should be used to eliminate endotoxins from the body in various diseases of internal organs. And Colonic irrigation in Durham will help maintain it healthy.

Thanks to technical progress, the owner of the centre update the equipment regularly. Besides, the range of indications for clinical use of intestinal washes is expanding. This method becomes physiotherapy. So, many clinics, hospitals, dispensaries, sanatoriums, rehabilitation and health centres use it now.

Colonic irrigation in Durham is better than an ordinary enema

Therefore, the specialists have created the AIOC device monitoring system for colon cleansing, which is the most advanced than the usual rubber enema, which has not lost its therapeutic value even today, with syphon washes and a sub-bed bath.


Indications for colonic irrigation in Durham:

  • Chronic inflammatory diseases of the colon unless in the acute stage.
  • Chronic constipation.
  • Dysbacteriosis of any severity.
  • Alcohol, narcotics, food intoxication.
  • Conditions after antibiotic therapy and chemotherapy.
  • Acute and chronic allergic diseases of various origins.
  • Recurrent chronic aphthous stomatitis.
  • Diseases of the pelvic organs, accompanied by latent phenomena such as prostatitis, adnexitis.
  • Skin diseases such as acne, oily seborrhea, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, etc.
  • Preoperative preparation, including before surgery on a large intestine and even oncological.
  • In the postoperative period to prevent intestinal paresis and other complications.
  • As a remedy to prevent exacerbations in various chronic diseases.
  • As a “hygienic” treatment to maintain the relative purity of the whole body in healthy people.