What is a Colonic?

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A colonic is a gentle washing of the colon (large intestine only) using purified water.The client lies on a table, covered with a sheet and water is slowly introduced into the colon through a speculum (disposable). Slight pressure builds up in the colon and while water is being released (all through tubing) massage and various techniques are used to help rid the colon of hard stool, gas, mucus, toxins, undigested food, parasites and other bad critters. At the end of the colonic an implant of liquid chlorophyll, probiotics or essential oils can be used to nourish and heal.

Benefits of Colonics:

  • Relieves constipation (along with a diet change)
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Indicated when detoxing
  • Good for the skin (the largest organ of detoxification)
  • Helps with weight loss
  • Improves digestion and absorption of vitamins and nutrients
  • Energy and concentration is improved when toxins are removed from the colon
  • Stimulates peristalsis, hence it acts as an exercise for the colon which increases the efficiency of elimination through bowel movements

 

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Marek Gawrysz, MD

Marek Gawrysz, MD

I earned my medical degree from the Medical Academy in Krakow (Collegium Medicum of the Jagiellonian University), Poland in 1978. One of the oldest and most venerated centers for medical study in the world. My training requirements were fulfilled at the Medical Academy in Krakow, Poland, Swedish Covenant Hospital and Columbus-Cuneo-Cabrini Medical Center in Chicago.

I am board certified in both Family Practice and Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, with a fellowship in the latter. I have been practicing medicine for 40 years.

I received the People's Choice, Most Compassionate Doctor award in . . .

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