Closed System

Closed System

We have extensive backgrounds, great understanding, vast knowledge, and exceptional skills in our Boulder Colon Hydrotherapy Clinic.  We are Certified by I-ACT and the NBCHT to provide professional Colon Hydrotherapy Certification Training in our School or at your facility.
 
Contrary to negative propaganda, what people think they know and what many people do not understand, we believe and understand the Closed System provides an effective and very user friendly Colon Hydrotherapy session which is complementary to the body's natural motility and nervous system.
 
The Closed System is often misunderstood and incorrectly referred to as a pressure machine.  The accurate function of the Closed System is to regulate municipal water pressure after it has gone through our four-stage filtering system.
 
When you turn on the bathroom faucet to brush your teeth the amount you open that faucet valve determines the water flow rate.  The Closed System device has a water Flow Control Valve which is similar to the faucet.  We practice and teach the water flow rate to be 0.25 psi; the manufacturer suggests 0.50 psi.
 
The Closed System also has a Pressure Gauge for the facilitator to monitor the water flow through the device.  When calibrated this gauge will accurately measure the water flow rate, and resistance to the determined water flow rate; it does not measure the volume of water in the lumen.
 
As the Closed System operates entirely by water and only regulates and monitors the water flow rate, it has no motor.  By definition the device is not a machine.  We only use disposable one time use speculums.
 
The Open System and Closed Systems we use in our Clinic and Colon Hydrotherapy Training School is FDA cleared, expertly designed for Colon Cleansing such as in preparation for Colonoscopy.  The department of Gastroenterology at the Danbury Hospital, Danbury, CT, used only the Dotolo Toxygen in their 2008 study.
 
The Aqua-Cleanse and Dotolo Closed Systems, and the Angel Of Water Open System all include the FDA requirements for sanitation and safety as Class 2 medical equipment.
 
Read about the open system
 

Colorado Disclosure Statement: If you're seeking colon hydrotherapy anywhere in the state of Colorado, please be aware of SB13-215.  As of June 5, 2013, Colorado law requires each colon hydrotherapist be a member of and be certified by I-ACT to practice Colon Hydrotherapy ... Read More