Utilization of Intravenous Therapy with EDTA (ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid) with ascorbic acid and antioxidants to alter the cellular metabolism of minerals in the lining of the heart and vessels frequently brings about effective relief of ischemic pain. Many patients report improved strength, stamina, and ability to pursue activities of daily living far beyond what was experienced prior to therapy.

 

Chelation is a safe and effective treatment alternative to drugs and surgery for heart disease and many circulatory problems. EDTA chelate's (cleans) the calcified plaque associated with the hardening of the arteries. Chelation is a wonderful and fundamental modality for anti-aging by enhancing the blood flow through both major and minor vessels throughout the entire body.

Chelation Therapy

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Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death in North America in spite of 35 years of extensive public education through government programs and media hyperbole. While Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG-pronounced cabbage) surgery will provide relief from angina (ischemic pain caused by a lack of oxygen to the heart muscle), it does not help the small vessels of either the heart muscles or the peripheral tissues.

Heavy Metal Toxicity

 

Because of the exposures to heavy metals such as lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), and cadmium (Cd), through gasoline combustion by-products, paints, chemicals, smoking, and ingestion of foods contaminated through groundwater and fish from both lakes and oceans, medical scientists have noted tissue deposition of these substances in humans. There are proven correlations with heavy metals and neurological diseases, cardiovascular disease and other degenerative diseases.

Patients receiving chelation

Healthy Vein of Artery (Bypass Graft)

Blocked Coronary Artery

Intravenous Therapy is just one part of a complete program to ameliorate heart and vascular disease. This includes changes in nutritional intake, avoidance of tobacco products and other toxins, plus oral supplementation with vitamins, minerals, natural hormonal replacement, and antioxidants to reduce the inflammation of the intima (one cell thickness lining of the blood vessels). These changes coupled with exercise regimens, stress reduction, and other lifestyle changes not only provide relief of symptoms, but also improves quality of life.

 

How do I get started?

 

The procedure is quite simple. Once specific tests (blood, toxic metal analysis, etc) are evaluated the amount of EDTA appropriate for your body can be determined. The treatment schedule is then determined (Generally 20 to 40 treatments depending on patient history). Each treatment lasts from 2 to 3 hours. To schedule an appointment click here.