THE ONLY COLON HYDROTHERAPY QUALIFICATION ACCEPTABLE BY US LAW
I-ACT is the largest organisation in the world for colon hydrotherapy with over 3000 members throughout the world. I-ACT is the governing body for the regulation of colon hydrotherapist in the USA. This means that anyone who now wishes to practice as colon hydrotherapist in the USA is obliged by law to be trained by I-ACT. I-ACT colon hydrotherapists practices are found all over the world including Ireland, Denmark, Singapore, China, Australia, UK and throughout the USA. I-ACT is recognised as the world leader in the provision of professional training and standards in the field of colon hydrotherapy.
EXCELLENT RECOGNISED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
I-ACT members include the most well known therapists in the world including those who provide colonic hydrotherapy at the worlds most celebrated clinics. I-ACT is the training found on Harley Street London for colon hydrotherapist and at the famous “WeCare Spa” in California which celebrities such as Gyneth Paltrow, Alicia Silverstone and Liv Taylor attend regularly for detox,
WORLD RECOGNISED I-ACT MEMBERS
I-ACT members include high profile health therapists such as Brenda Watson, New York Times best-selling author and digestive care expert who has helped 1000s of people achieve vibrant, lasting health through nutrition and detox and Dr. Micheal Holt, a qualified medical doctor and consultant gastroenterologist and author of The Definitive Guide to Colon Hydrotherapy.
I-ACT colon hydrotherapists strive for the highest standards and education in the practice of colon hydrotherapy and are united in their aim to ensure the very best practices for colon hydrotherapy throughout the world.
I-ACT MISSION STATEMENT
The International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT) heightens the awareness of the colon hydrotherapy profession, ensures continuing and progressive education in the field of colon hydrotherapy and implements professionalism beyond reproach.
I-ACT’S POLICY STATEMENT:
I-ACT recommends the use of currently registered FDA equipment and disposable rectal nozzles/speculae. Additionally, I-ACT recommends that each therapist not using equipment currently registered with the FDA, consider upgrading their equipment to FDA registered equipment in the very near future.
Colonic Hydrotherapy may become regulated by law in Europe, in time. This is a very positive thing for I-act trained colon hydro therapists because it means that those who do not meet the standards of training and who have not undertaken a recognized training program or hold the I-act will no longer be able to practice legally.
It is very likely that the EU will seek the same standards of training as those currently required by US law. What this means is that anyone holding I-act qualifications may automatically meet the standards of regulation should they be deployed in Europe.
WHO CAN DO I-ACT COLON HYDROTHERAPY FOUNDATION LEVEL TRAINING
Doctor, Medical Nurse, Dental Nurse, Dentist, Physiotherapist, Pharmacist. Those holding a recognised certificate in anatomy and physiology from a state recognised university or college. This is a post graduate training programme and requires students to hold certification in a recognised health discipline before intake will be accepted.
- Must have a high school diploma/GED/Second Level Education/ Leaving Cert/GCSES or equivalent (prior to entering training)
- Must have postsecondary education level/college level A&P (equivalent to 3 semester hours of college) (before certification). This course must be provided by a state accredited College, University or Community College or equivalent.
- Must have a current CPR card (before certification)
- Recommendation – each new student should have received 1 – 3 colonics prior to entering training
- provide proof (by transcript) of completing the 100 hours of training. The 100 hours of training must be done in the physical presence of the Instructor at the location of the school or “brick and mortar” training facility used by the school or instructor. Distance learning of any type may not be used in fulfilling the 100 hour requirement for I-ACT training. The 100 hour course may not be completed any faster than 10 days at the school or brick and mortar facility of the Instructor/School; or,
- provide proof of a minimum of one year of practice with documentation of at least 100 colon hydrotherapy sessions (in the last year) – If the one year practice option is used, that person must attend an 8 hour (in the classroom) course put on by an I-ACT Instructor or I-ACT School and meet the prerequisite requirements listed above (prior to entering training).
- Must be a Full I-ACT Member in good standing.
- Must send your resume and proof of all related education; Seminars completed, degrees and experience in both practice and theory. (Copies Please).
- Must send pictures of your facility showing: at a minimum, the waiting area, the Colon Hydrotherapy room (which has a picture of the equipment), and the bathroom, etc…
- Must send a blank copy of your Health Questionnaire. (Intake Form)
- Must carry Liability Insurance (if desired) / provide a copy of the policy front page (or a statement saying you do not wish to carry insurance).
- Must do a 15 minute presentation on colon hydrotherapy during class.
- Must pay for ($75.00 exam fee), take and pass an I-ACT Level 1 written exam.
- Must submit the School / Instructor Critique Form.