Chelation Therapy

What is Chelation?

Chelation therapy uses substances that bind to and eliminate toxic metals from the body.

The most common metals are lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium. The ill effects of heavy metals are numerous, but include conditions such as auto-immunity, thyroid and endocrine disorders, cardiovascular dysfunction, chronic fatigue, poor immune function, poor memory, and environmental sensitivity.

Determining the level of heavy metals in the body typically requires a pre and post provocative urine challenge test to measure your degree of heavy metal burden. Depending on the type of metals detected, chelation can be done using the appropriate IV or oral chelating agent.

Chelation therapy can also treat or prevent cardiovascular disease. Over time atherosclerotic plaque builds up in arteries and reduce blood flow and vessel elasticity. This leads to conditions such as angina, peripheral artery disease, carotid artery stenosis, and heart disease. Intravenous chelation therapy can remove the atherosclerotic plaque and restore normal vascular function.

Chelation Therapy can remove:

• Toxic Metals – Lead, Mercury, Arsenic, Cadmium
• Calcified atherosclerotic plaque

Chelation Therapy is helpful in:

• Heavy Metal Toxicity
• Cardiovascular Disease

Chelation therapy has been used for decades and is a safe and effective way to address cardiovascular and many chronic diseases associated with heavy metal toxicity.

Do you have symptoms of heavy metal toxicity?

• Auto-immunity
• Chronic Infections
• Cardiovascular Disease
• Chronic Fatigue
• Fibromyalgia
• Thyroid / Endocrine Dysfunction
• Environmental Sensitivity

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