A contraindication for Colonics would be a medical diagnosis for which I would not perform Colon Hydrotherapy. If you have been diagnosed by a medical physician for any illness listed below, or you are concerned about a particular health issue you have, or you have any questions please ask to speak with Natalie. Natalie wants to provide a comfortable and successful Colonic experience for you.
- Abdominal Hernia
- Recent Abdominal Surgery (within 6 months)
- Bleeding Hemorrhoids, Fissures, or Fistulas
- Cancer of GI (gastro Intestinal) tract
- Renal Insufficiency/Kidney Failure
- Cirrhosis of the Liver
- Seizures, epilepsy, psychoses
- Severe Cardiac Disease
Indications for Physician Prescription and Supervision:
There are many diagnoses where Colonics may help with healing and to relieve symptoms. The following are some such illnesses. However, due to the medications the individual may be taking and possible other complications that only the individual’s physician may know about, we require a note from the individual’s physician. Diagnosis for physician statement include:
- Severe Anemia – Untreated
- Lymph Cancer
- Recent GI or rectal bleeding (within last 2-3 months)
- Crohn’s Disease
The attending physician’s note would state they are aware their patient is pursuing Colonics, they see no reason to suspect Colonics would be inappropriate, and they might state any limitations regarding Colonics.
A prescription or note on the doctor’s letterhead would include the following:
- Their signature
- A statement that there are no Contraindications for Colonics
The prescribing number of Colonics (optional – if they want to limit the number of sessions)
If your physician would like more information about Colonics before writing this statement or prescription, please call or email with the the doctor’s name, clinic name and address, and the phone number and Natalie can reach out. Natalie will be happy to call the doctor and discuss this with him/her.
You are welcome to request to talk with Natalie for more information on my requirements for obtaining a physician’s statement.
Minneapolis / St. Paul