A 61 years old female presented with large intestine dysfunction after surgery to remove 12 cm of her colon (for cancer) six years previously. Since then the patient lost the ability of hold the feces at the end of the intestinal tract. Her major complaint was “I have to run in the bathroom as soon as I have the stimulus.” And this happens up to 10 times a day. IRT was performed to the Chapman’s reflex of the colon. After a month that the patient is able to control the stimulus from her bowels, especially in the morning, and the events have become more rare during the day (4/5 a day). She is still in care for further control.