Giving colonic irrigation is standard procedure

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 3rd January 2020
Giving colonic irrigation is standard procedure

In Millburn, New Jersey as a primary care physician for nearly twenty-six years, Sharda Sharma, MD, dispenses medical care of a multi-disciplinary nature to her patients. Dr Sharma employs colonic irrigation, chelation therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, Reiki manipulative therapy, etc. She treats the body as a whole (holistically).

“I have trained and certified colon hydrotherapists as part of my staff. Under my supervision for the past year-and-a-half, they have rendered care for constipation, abdominal cramps, allergies, and various other conditions, including ten patients with hepatitis C. These hepatitis patients respond to colonic irrigation and do well,” assures Dr Sharma. “For instance, Mrs Felicia, a forty-two-year-old high school teacher, had suffered from constipation – no bowel movements for six days. She was lethargic, headachy, and crampy. She also suffered from bloating and fatigue. My treatment choice for her was enzyme supplements and colonic irrigation twice weekly for thirteen weeks. These treatments solved the constipation problem Mrs Felicia had. She goes to the toilet as desired without sitting there long waiting, reading, meditating, or undergoing other mental or physical diversions.

Giving colonic irrigation is standard procedure for Sharda Sharma, MD.

“Colonic irrigation is standard procedure for yeast syndrome. A very anxious fifty-year-old female, Mrs Sara Audrey, consulted me because she was running to the toilet every two hours with either diarrhoea or attempting to find comfort from constipation. It turns out that she had irritable bowel syndrome complicated by candidiasis. During the administration of colonic irrigation, I observed that Mrs Audrey had severe contamination with Candida albicans. Further, I recognized the white yeast organisms floating through the transparent tube of my colon flushing device,” says Dr Sharma. “But the patient is now in fine shape-much relieved. She has good bowel movements twice daily with no gas. It is typical of almost all patients undergoing colonic irrigation.”

Dr Michael Gerber uses colon hydrotherapy routinely.

“I’ve had a colonic irrigation device in my office for twenty-five years,” states Michael Gerber, MD, of Reno, Nevada. “My present staff person who dispenses colonic irrigation under my jurisdiction uses it for all patient difficulties. The basic science concepts have not changed much in the last twenty-five years; however, the colonic irrigation equipment has improved immensely. How the equipment works so effectively is nothing short of astounding. Besides being registered with the FDA, current colonic irrigation equipment is safe. It also contains temperature-controlled water mixing and backflow prevention valves, pressure and temperature sensors and built-in chemical sanitizing units. Moreover, water purification units frequently are in use as well. Besides, therapists employ disposable single-use rectal tubes and speculum routinely for sterility.

“Undergoing a colonic irrigation session has you experiencing comfort and cleansing without toxicity. Techniques allow a small amount of water to flow into the colon while gently stimulating the colon’s natural peristaltic action to release softened waste,” Dr Gerber advises. “The inflow of a small amount of water and the release of waste may repeat repeatedly. The removal of such waste encourages better colon function and elimination.

“During the treatment, most clothing can continue to be worn. Besides, the patient may wear a drape or a gown to ensure modesty. So, we always ensure maintaining the patient’s dignity,” Dr Michael Gerber affirms. “The benefits of colonic irrigation extend from psychiatric improvement to constipation elimination.”