I am having digestive issues. My stomach is hurting. My right side is painful to the touch. When I eat food, it makes me feel nauseous. I cannot throw up. My head is hurting. I lie down. I have chills running through my body. I make my way to the bathroom. Nothing comes out. I push. Nothing comes out. I strain. Nothing comes out. I take a laxative in hopes that it will alleviate the pain. I wait a few hours. I am restless throughout the night. Morning dewdrops greet the windowpane and the sun kisses my sad, sleepy face. I make my way to the bathroom. Nothing comes out. I am miserable. I am tired. I am frustrated with my primary care. As a last resort I want to try a colonic.
Who do I call? What should I ask? When should I go? Where is the closest establishment? Which one do I choose? Why should I believe this could work? How much longer should I wait to find relief from all this misery I feel on the inside?
Is this your story? You are not alone. Many become overwhelmed with pain and fear while experiencing digestive health issues. Frustration and anger are two negative emotions settling into the mind due to discomfort and exhaustive efforts toward simplified solutions. As a last resort, individuals usually choose colon therapy but finding the right colon therapist could produce another obstacle. Utilize the following 10-steps below to find the right colon therapist for your needs:
Step 1: Take out a piece of paper and write down your answers to these actions steps.
Step 2: Decide your reason(s) for wanting a colonic.
Step 3: Determine the goal(s) you would like to achieve during each session.
Step 4: Write down questions you have about colonic pricing, policy, protocol and procedure
Step 5: Search Google, Yelp, Yahoo, Yellow Pages, or the like, for a local colon therapist
Step 6: Pick 3 – 5 therapist from step #5, above
Step 7: Read the therapist reviews and use them to narrow your search based on your colonic reasons, goals and questions.
Step 8: Visit the therapist website to secure additional answers in support of your colonic reasons, goals and questions.
Step 9: Upon visiting a thorough website, you should have only 1 – 2 therapist from which to choose and minimal questions on your list. Call or email the establishment for answers to your remaining questions. Based on customer service, response time, professionalism and a feeling of comfort you are equipped to choose your therapist.
Step 10: Book your session. Try to plan for a minimum series of 3 – 5 sessions, however, one session is better than zero sessions when experiencing digestive discomfort.
Searching for the right colon therapist, especially during a time of discomfort, can be a stressful process. Utilizing the 10-Step guide above to assist you will cause your quest to become simplified. While employing the guide you can also search the I-ACT and Colon Therapist Network business listings to assist your search. Lastly, feel free to email me if you would like to set up a Sage consultation to assist your journey.