Plaquex is another cutting edge breakthrough utilized at Farmington Medical Center for reduction of plaque in the arteries caused by:


 Coronary Artery Disease

 Heart Attack



 Leg Claudication pain

 Diabetic Neuropathy



Plaquex is a phospholipid called phosphatidylcholine (or lecithin) that reduces plaque buildup in the walls of the arteries. In addition, it also improves exercise tolerance, reduces angina attacks, lowers cholesterol and triglyceride levels, boosts circulation, increases male potency and improves kidney function.


Similar to chelation, Plaquex is administered intravenously for 20 to 30 treatments. The treatment usually lasts for approximately two hours.


Plaquex has been used extensively in Europe for a number of years and is now being utilized in the United States as a synergistic therapy with chelation.


Please contact the Farmington Medical Center for further information or to schedule an appointment.

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