At the ‘coal face’ of functional bowel disease
Pain, discomfort, and embarrassment in the pit of our stomachs and bowels. Millions of us try to ignore the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome when we could be benefitting from effective treatment.
A third of us will have to deal with the symptoms at some point in our lives, but very few of us ever acknowledge that we suffer from one of the UK’s most widespread digestive related health problems, and one that year on year is growing.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (or IBS) is something no one likes to talk about. It is however, a condition many of us have an intimate and embarrassing knowledge of. Even if we haven’t been officially diagnosed with IBS, we are familiar with some, or all of its associated symptoms, such as:
– Abdominal pain and spasms
– Diarrhoea, constipation or an erratic bowel habit
– Bloating or swelling of the abdomen
– Incontinence or sudden and unpredictable urges to use the toilet
– Sharp, stabbing pains in the rectum
– Excessive wind or rumbling within the abdomen
– The sensation of incomplete bowel movement
IBS is defined as a “functional disorder of the bowel” because it does not occur as a result of a change to the structure of the bowel, as may be caused by cancer or a disease identifiable through blood tests or X-rays. Indeed, there are no tests to establish a diagnosis of IBS. Instead, it can be characterised as a disturbance of efficient bowel function – something which can be distressing to say the least.
Roughly one in ten of us visit the GP with serious cases of IBS, but millions more are either too embarrassed or too scared to discuss a disorder that can be treated effectively by the right experts through modern, naturopathic colon hydrotherapy.
The Association of Registered Colonic Hydrotherapists, describes the treatment as:
“A safe and beneficial treatment when administered by a registered colonic hydrotherapist. A single-use, disposable speculum is used to gently introduce the warm, filtered water into the rectum. It’s a safe, effective method of removing waste from the colon, without the use of harsh drugs. The waste is softened, and loosened, resulting in a gentle evacuation from the colon. The warm, filtered water also helps void trapped, painful gas, and relax the bowel, so reduces spasm and pain.”
Colonic Hydrotherapy Nottingham
Linda, the colonic hydrotherapist at https://www.nottmphysio-colonics.co.uk/ has a very busy Clinic, and has carried out over 8,000 colonic treatments to date. IBS sufferers from far and wide consult Linda for help with their sometimes debilitating symptoms. As the Number 1 colonic clinic in the Midlands specialising in IBS and gut disorders, Linda is highly experienced when it comes to treating this common problem. She takes her responsibility to educate those suffering from IBS and shed light on their condition very seriously. By better understanding the nature of this functional bowel disorder and the benefits of colonic hydrotherapy, she knows that her patients will be able to make significant improvements to their health and wellbeing. That’s why she offers guidance on ways to alleviate and prevent what can be a seriously debilitating illness.
If you’ve been suffering from IBS in silence, don’t stay in the dark about the benefits of colonic hydrotherapy treatment any longer. Call Linda now on 0115 967 6699 to book an appointment, or drop her an email at email@example.com and she’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Find out how others suffering from functional bowel disease have benefitted from Linda’s help on her testimonials page https://www.nottmphysio-colonics.co.uk/colonics-testimonials.html