Thrive Holistic Medicine Expands Colon Hydrotherapy Services
Thrive Holistic Medicine has a new member on their team, allowing them to expand colon hydrotherapy hours. Amanda Ewing, certified colon hydrotherapist, is passionate about gut health and natural healing and is excited to be part of Thrive.
“I strive to guide and nurture every client in their specific journey to becoming healthier. The profound advantages of working with and not against the body are astounding. The reward can be so much more than what you would envision at a glance,” says Ewing. For the month of August, Ewing is offering a package deal of four colonics for $299, when completed within a two-week period.
Thrive now has full-day coverage from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays, with Ewing seeing clients in the morning, while certified colon hydrotherapist Cassondra Klein continues to see clients in the afternoon and early evenings. They work along side and collaborate with naturopathic doctor Mary Simon, who sees patients from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and the first Saturday of every month.
“Colon hydrotherapy can help improve constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, gas, bloating, candida (yeast), indigestion, fatigue, headaches, depression, inflammation, autoimmune diseases, arthritis, bad breath and much more,” says Simon.
Location: 1428 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-278-8922 or visit ThriveHolisticMed.com.
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