Sharon aims to help you keep the inner you healthy through:
- Colon Hydrotherapy Treatment
- Food Intolerance Testing
Potential benefits include:
- Reduced risk of cancer of the colon
- Reduced risk of bowel disorders and disease
- Stronger immune system
- Control over weight and body shape
- Improved skin conditions
- Improved digestion and bowel movement
- Increased energy and a feeling of general wellbeing
- Increased relaxation and improved sleep
Practices in Cambridge and Essex
You can now benefit from Colon Hydrotherapy at the Willow Herbal Centre, Harold Wood, Essex, and the Bourn Sports Injury Clinic in Cambridge. Call the number above for more details or simply click in the header of any page to email Sharon.
You can now arrange appointments at my new clinic in the Bourn Sports Therapy Centre, Bourn Golf and Leisure, Toft Road, Cambridge, CB23 2TT. Telephone number: 0793 255 3334 or click in the header of any page to send an email.
Tell me about yourself. Before treatment, please fill in my Health Questionnaire. This is a .pdf document, which you can print and complete, then bring to your first appointment.
Almong Milk, Black Tea, Cacao, Cashew Milk, Coconut Milk, Coffee, Green Tea, Hazelnut Milk, Hemp Milk, Oatmilk, Rice Milk, Soya Milk, White Tea
- Almong Milk
- Black Tea
- Cashew Milk
- Coconut Milk
- Green Tea
- Hazelnut Milk
- Hemp Milk
- Rice Milk
- Soya Milk
- White Tea
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