Colonic Hydrotherapy

Colonic Hydrotherapy

Also known as 'Colonic', 'Colon Irrigation', or 'High Colonic', Colonic Hydrotherapy is a safe and effective method for cleansing the colon of waste material by repeated, gentle flushing with warmed filtered water. Herbs may be introduced to the colon for clients that have problems with constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or parasitic infection. 

Many people have pre-conceived ideas about colonics, whereas it is in fact a colonic treatment which leaves you feeling clean, revitalised and well. The benefits can be quickly observed in the form of improved bowel function, clearer skin and more mental clarity.
  • Initial Consultation: £65
  • Follow up treatment:£60
  • Herbs £5 in addition
Please telephone the practice at Wakefield Osteopaths on 01924 369077 to make an appointment.

To book a colonic hydrotherapy session at Wakefield Osteopaths please contact us.

Call 01924 369077

Your Therapist:
Kirsty McEnroe
Dip He RGN NMC IPCH

Registered General Nurse, Nursing Midwifery Council, Member of The Institute of Professional Colonic Hydrotherapists.

Kirsty is a registered general nurse with over 16 years of experience working for the NHS with experience as a staff nurse in medicine, specialist support nurse In respiratory medicine and a senior ward/sister in an acute respiratory care unit & acute ward.
Studying health Care in anatomy and physiology at the Leeds teaching hospital, Kirsty continued her professional development in Asthma management, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and additional training in smoking cessation.
Kirsty became interested in colonic hydrotherapy after watching programs such as “The Salon” and “You Are What You Eat”. In addition to that she had a family member who suffered with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) who benefited and  experienced relief of symptoms through this therapy, which inspired her to research into this complementary therapy.
“A very different approach to health, with only experience in conventional medicine I was very apprehensive, but with great interest in eating healthy and the importance of food in the prevention of disease it gave me the incentive to look into other therapies that compliment conventional medicine”. 
Kirsty trained at The Scottish School of Colonic Hydrotherapy in 2004.  
Kirsty has a clinic in Calverley offering many other therapies as well as Colonic Hydrotherapy. If you would like further information on Colonic Hydrotherapy and what to expect at your treatment, please visit her website.

Kirsty
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