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CHELATION

Exposure to toxic metals can happen over time and without your knowledge depending on where you live and work.

Potential pathways of ingestion include air pollution, diet, medications, or even topical products. Even trace amounts of toxic metal can have an intense effect over time: chronic headaches, weakness, fatigue, and muscle or joint pain.

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Chelation

How it works

Chelation is the process of removing metals such as lead, mercury, copper, iron, arsenic, aluminum, or calcium from the body by infusing an IV drip with edetate disodium (EDTA). The EDTA binds to the heavy metal toxins and removes them from your body through urination.

Snapshot of regimen

  • Frequency: to be determined by individual lab results
  • Length of appointment: 3-6 hours
  • Downtime for healing: None

Benefits

If heightened levels of metal in your blood are causing issues like migraines and chronic fatigue, removing the metal or root cause will consequently eliminate the physical problem.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Does Chelation Work?

“Chelate” literally means “to bind”. So, Chelation is the process of edetate disodium or EDTA binding to the metal toxins in the bloodstream.

How Does the Chelation Treatment Happen?

By infusing an IV drip with edetate disodium (EDTA) the EDTA binds to the heavy metal toxins and removes them from your body through urination.

How Do I Know If I Need Chelation?

A heavy metals toxicity test will be used to determine whether or not you are an ideal candidate for Chelation therapy and if so, how many treatments will be needed to rid your body of the toxins.

Is Chelation safe?

Yes. The symptoms experienced by exposure to these elements can be commonly mistaken for other illnesses, which is why the toxicity test is so important. It is only used for those with notably high levels of metallic toxins.