For your colonic at Castle Street Clinic in Guildford, the Dotolo pressure machine is used.
This is a gentle procedure where warm, purified water flows into the colon without force. Many people think this is less gentle than the gravity system but having worked with Woods gravity for 10 years, I find that not to be the case.
The water flow can be controlled down to a trickle if needed to allow a sympathetic treatment tailored to the individual. Whereas gravity has one flow.
The Dotolo machine has a UV filter that helps to remove parasites, a carbon filter to remove fluoride and toxic metals and 2 particle filters.
Clients have reported less cramping and discomfort with the same great results.
We use disposable equipment only, in accordance with the strict ARCH Colonic Association guidelines.
What to expect......
It is quite normal to be nervous for your first colonic as you are not quite sure what is going to happen.
I will talk you through the procedure and how it feels. Please be reassured that your dignity and privacy are respected at all times. The colonic takes around 45 minutes, maybe longer if needed. Please allow 1.30hrs for your first appointment.
On making the appointment we will send you a form to fill complete and bring with you. The initial consultation will take around 5-10 minutes.
Once the colonic has been performed, it is standard practice to sit on the loo for a few minutes afterwards to release any excess water. The loo is ensuite and used for Colonic Hydrotherapy only. You do not have to leave the colonic room.
The Association & Register of Colonic Hydrotherapists (ARCH) To visit click here
ARCH is a member of The General Naturopathic Council (GNC) To visit click here
It is the largest and oldest Colonic Association in the world. Established in 1987. It sets a very high standard and is the leading association in Colonic Irrigation. Members must be a medical doctor, a nurse or have 2 years practising in a substantial complementary therapy before they can qualify to join.
ARCH is proud to be associated with the IBS network. To visit click here
The Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) is supported by the Department of Health. Have a look at their website to see what this quality mark means for assurances to the public. To visit click here
Every therapist on their register must attain verifiable national standards of training and length of service in clinical practice. Along with ongoing CPD.
Why is this important?
Colonics have become a very popular treatment in recent times and this can encourage unregulated and inadequately trained therapists.
It is important to make sure you have your colonic with a regulated therapist.
ARCH therapists are the ONLY Colonic Hydrotherapists to be independently recognised by the government regulated CNHC.