We are Colon Care, a specialist colonic treatment, and colonic hydrotherapy practice in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham in the West Midlands, established in 2005.
Colon cleansing is a gentle process that removes unwanted material from the body and leaves you feeling lighter, cleaner and more energized. Our colon therapist is registered and fully qualified with the Colonic Association, so we have the experience and expertise that you can trust and will immediately be put at ease. Based within Fiji Beauty Clinic in Wylde Green we offer you privacy in a relaxed, modern welcoming environment.
Colonic irrigation removes toxins from the colon, leaving you with a greater sense of well-being. It can also assist in a detox cleanse, improve digestive problems such as excess wind, bloating and IBS, leaving your colon in a healthier condition.
Please do not hesitate to contact Colon Care for more information about the Colonic treatments and Food Intolerance Tests that we offer. We are here to answer any questions about how colonic irrigation can help you and improve your health.
Colon Care is your first choice for colonic hydrotherapy, colonic irrigation, colon cleansing and food intolerances in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, and the West Midlands. Our full-time colonic therapist, Kay Brown has been practising in the Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham area for over 10 years.
food intolerance testing
Food Intolerance Testing Available at Colon Care.
At Colon Care, within Fiji Beauty, we also offer Food Intolerance testing in the Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham area using blood analysis. Food intolerance and food allergy is not the same thing. Many people believe they have a food allergy when indeed their symptoms may indicate food intolerance instead. Food intolerance is not life-threatening, but can still have a negative impact on many aspects of daily life.
When foods and drinks are digested the proteins within them are broken down into smaller fragments for easy absorption into the body. Larger fragments can pass through without breaking down, and sometimes the body reacts to them as invaders, attacking them using antibodies called Immunoglobulin (IgG). This can cause inflammation and a wide range of symptoms including headaches, digestive problems, constipation, flatulence, IBS, bloating, itchy skin, joint pain, weight gain and low mood to name a few.
Is it possible that you have food intolerance?