Do you suffer from digestive pain and inflammation? Or do you have a condition such as colitis or IBS? coMra therapy offers an effective treatment for these and other gut conditions.
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Worldwide, one in four adults suffers from functional gastrointestinal disorders of varying severity.1 Symptoms may include heartburn, acid reflux, indigestion, chronic constipation or diarrhoea, abdominal bloating and chronic inflammation.
Functional diseases are those in which the gastrointestinal (GI) tract looks normal when examined but doesn’t function properly, while structural diseases are those where there is a structural abnormality that causes the dysfunction of the GI tract, for example haemorrhoids, colon polyps, cancer etc.
There are many factors that may contribute to GI inflammation and dysfunction, including:2
Eating a diet low in fibre
Not getting enough exercise
Travelling or other changes in routine
Eating large amounts of dairy products
Resisting the urge to have a bowel movement, possibly because of haemorrhoids
Overusing anti-diarrheal medications that, over time, weaken the bowel muscle movements called motility
Taking antacid medicines containing calcium or aluminium
Taking certain medicines (especially antidepressants, iron pills and strong pain medicines such as narcotics)
coMra Therapy for Digestive Conditions
coMra therapy is an effective and powerful modality that can provide significant support in your healing journey when treating GI conditions.
coMra therapy combines low-level laser therapy (LLLT) with the healing radiances of colour, magnetism and (in the Delta) ultrasound to treat pain and many other conditions. Read our coMra 101 blog and How it Works: coMra therapy blog for more on how it works.
In the coMra [User Guide] you will find 11 different treatment protocols for a variety of GI conditions, such as hepatitis, colitis, constipation, Crohn’s disease, appendicitis and more. To begin with though, if you experience pain or inflammation anywhere in the abdominal area, treat that painful area with your coMra device set to 5Hz for several minutes. Then determine which is the best protocol to follow and begin the treatment course as described in the User Guide.
For pain and inflammation and recovery of the gut, apply Gastroenterology 9 daily until you see some improvement, and continue as needed. For overall support of the digestive symptom, apply Gastroenterology 6 for 2 weeks – this will support the main organs in the abdominal area and initiate the body’s inherent healing process.
Additional treatments that will support the healing process include Universal 3 (Blood) and Universal 5 (Nervous System). By supporting the circulatory system with the Universal 3 treatment, nutrients and oxygen will be more effectively transported around the body, blood vessels will be strengthened and the number of red blood cells will increase, thereby offering benefit to your whole body and healing process.
Emotional and mental stress are major contributing factors to gut and microbiome health, and thus by applying the Universal 5 treatment you provide support to your neuroendocrine system which will aid your body in dealing with the high levels of cortisol and adrenaline that result from continuous emotional stress.
While applying coMra therapy for any digestive complaints, it is important to also pay attention to lifestyle factors that contribute to your health. For example, avoid triggers such as particular foods, stressful situations or reactions, environmental toxins and allergens.
When it comes to dietary triggers, the common culprits are gluten, sugar (including excessive fruit), dairy and trans (unsaturated) fats. If these are currently part of your daily consumption, consider eliminating them (in conjunction to applying coMra therapy) to allow your body time to undergo the healing process.
47 year old Miroslav Širáň was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in 1990 and suffered from Inflammatory Bowel Disease for many years. A colonoscopy in 2014 confirmed Pancolitis. He experienced severe abdominal pain and cramps during relapses (pain level 8 out of 10) which typically occurred 3 to 4 times per year. During relapses he passed 12-14 stools (diarrhoea) per day often containing blood and mucus and suffered extreme fatigue and weight loss. He was using large quantities of anti-inflammatories to manage the pain and inflammation, particularly during relapses.
In March 2015 he began his first Gastroenterology 6 treatment cycle (20 days) with the coMra Delta. Significant improvements were noted, and a second treatment cycle was applied. The results were very good. The need for medication greatly decreased, from 5-6 pills per day during relapses to 2 per day, and the frequency of bowel movements reduced significantly. Since 2015, Miroslav has had no further relapses, pain or cramps and currently has no dietary restrictions, but avoids milk.
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