What is Chelation Therapy?
Dr. David Nebbeling has been treating patients with Chelation Therapy since 1988. Chelation Therapy is a safe and effective method for drawing toxins and metabolic wastes from the bloodstream and is a non-surgical treatment to remove heavy metals such as lead and mercury from the body. Chelating agents administered intravenously can also increase blood flow and remove arterial plaque.
Chelation Therapy can potentially help reverse atherosclerosis, prevent heart attacks and strokes, and in some cases may be used alternatively to bypass surgery and angioplasty. Chelation is also useful for treating a variety of disease conditions and—most importantly—regular Chelation Therapy appears to provide a strong anti-aging effect and remarkably increases energy.
Chelation Therapy has long been administered in doctors’ offices as a safe and effective alternative to the drug and/or surgery protocols used for many health challenges-- especially heavy metal toxicity and heart disease. Chelation involves the infusion of intravenous EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid), an amino acid, over a course of treatments. In 1953 the FDA recognized EDTA as a treatment for lead poisoning and, in these early years, doctors noticed an unexpected improvement in patients who also suffered from heart disease. In fact, doctors noticed that people with hardening of the arteries often experience an improvement of 90 percent or better from chelation. This is how modern Chelation Therapy began. When EDTA is injected into the blood stream, it appears to "break down" or "chelate" the mineral and metal components of plaques. These particles then leave the blood stream with the EDTA through the kidneys and are eliminated in the urine. In this way, the body is rid of heavy metals and cardiovascular circulation is improved.
How to get started.
During your first visit, you will have a complete physical exam and your medical history will be reviewed. Some testing such as blood work, urinalysis, and an evaluation of circluatory function will be conducted. The intraveneous solution, consisting of EDTA and in some cases, vitamin and mineral additives, are administered in a slow intravenous drip while you relax in a LazyBoy chair. Patients are encoraged to read, visit, or even have a snack while Chelation Therapy is being administered. The number of treatments varies from 15 to 50, depending on the condition being treated and the severity of the condition. After the initial series, a maintenance program will be prescribed. Chelation Therapy is very safe and patients are under constant observation by our medically trained personnel.
Who can Chelation Therapy help?
Someone with high blood pressure, angina, or someone who has had a heart attack or bypass surgery.
Someone with hardening of the arteries or poor circulation.
Someone with diabetes, ulcers of the feet and legs, or someone with glaucoma.
Someone with high levels of lead, mercury, aluminum or other heavy metals.
Someone who wants to live longer and healthier!
For more information on Chelation Therapy, read Forty Something Forever, by Harold & Arline Brecher or Bypassing Bypass—The New Technique of Chelation Therapy by Elmer Cranton, MD. You can also visit http://www.icimed.com/specialty_list.php.
With Chelation Therapy, prevention can mean a cure. Since 1953, millions of patients have received Chelation Therapy by trained physicians with excellent results. Don't wait to heal your body naturally without drugs and surgery.
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