Colon irrigation is a safe a gentle procedure that detoxifies the major organs of elimination including the colon and liver. It restores healthy bowel function and can be a powerful tool when there is a build up of toxins and chemicals in the system. There are some medical theories that Parkinson’s Disease first begins in the digestive tract. An alarming amount of Parkinson’s patients experience chronic constipation as one of the first symptoms. This makes healing the gut a large priority in Parkinson’s Disease treatment.
Colon irrigation is not a new procedure. Although much more sophisticated and safe now, there has been documentation of some form of colon irrigation over the past hundred years. The treatment itself is smooth and simple. It is performed by a trained nurse or doctor. A small speculum is inserted into the rectum while the patient is laying down, covered by a gown. Then purified water enters through the colon and pressure is regulated by the practitioner. As the water is mixed with the content of the colon, there are releases in which the waste material leaves the body through a waste hose.
Our Parkinson’s Clinic colon irrigation systems are state of the art to ensure the safest and most reliable treatment. With individual restrooms and exceptionally trained staff, you are guaranteed a professional and safe environment.