Indications and contraindications

You should consider having a colon cleasing therapy if one or more conditions below are present:

  • acute fectal impaction,
  • constipation,
  • colitis,
  • diarrhea,
  • parasitic infection,
  • atonic colon,
  • abdominal distension,
  • hemorrhoid (mild to moderate),
  • nutrient supplementation via rectum,
  • balance physiologic flora of Large intestine,
  • mucous colitis,
  • fever therapy,
  • hyper/hypothermia,
  • blower training,
  • prevention,
  • preparation for surgery,
  • barium enema,
  • intestinal toxemi,
  • lupus

Colontherapy is contraindicated if one of the conditions below is present. If you still wish to undergo the treatment, please consult your physician first.

  • abdominal hernia,
  • dialysis patients,
  • abdominal surgery,
  • diverticulitis,
  • abdominal distension,
  • fissures & fistulas,
  • acute liver failure,
  • hemorrhaging,
  • anemia,
  • hemorrhoidectomy,
  • aneurysum- all types,
  • hernia,
  • carcinoma of the colon,
  • intestinal perforations,
  • cardiac condition,
  • pregnancy,
  • cirrosis,
  • rectal/colon surgery,
  • renal insufficiencies