Chelation (pronounced “key-lay-shun”) is a highly effective treatment for clearing heavy metals, excess calcium, and artery-damaging chemicals from the bloodstream. Although it was first used to treat heavy metal poisoning, chelation has since proven valuable for the treatment of heart disease and other circulatory disorders.
Intravenous EDTA chelation therapy reverses and slows the progression of atherosclerotic heart disease, hardening of the arteries, and other age-related and degenerative diseases. Chelation can be an alternative for angioplasty, stents and bypass surgery. Chelation therapy usually consists of a series of separate infusions, depending on each patient’s individual health status and goals.
Many patients also use chelation to reduce their body's burden of pollutants such as heavy metals. Heavy metals are found in all of us and sometimes they continue to build up to toxic levels that lead to symptoms or a disease. Many patients with undiagnosed diseases seem to benefit from chelation. Heavy metals can aggravate almost any symptoms and sometimes can even be the cause.
What conditions benefit from Chelation?
- Cardiovascular disease
- Cerebrovascular disease
- Diabetic complications
- Detoxification Therapies / Heavy Metals
- Intermittent claudication
- Memory disorders
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Peripheral vascular disease
- Slow-healing wounds