Chelation Therapy is an FDA-approved solution that can treat mercury, lead, and other types of metal. It was first discovered in the 1950s and has proven to reduce the risks of heart disease, control high inflammation and cholesterol levels, cognitive disorders, etc. What causes heavy metal poisoning? Factors such as having a tattoo, breathing polluted air, drinking contaminated water, and ingesting lead particles can cause metal poisoning. In addition, some diseases and other conditions such as Wilson’s disease, hemochromatosis, and chronic kidney disease can also induce metal poisoning. This treatment can improve your heart and vessel health by using heavy metal testing to detox impurities from your system and reduce plaques in your veins and arteries.

Chelation Therapy is a treatment that extracts heavy metals from your blood, including:

  • Lead
  • Arsenic
  • Mercury
  • Iron
  • Copper
  • Nickel
  • Gadalinium

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The Treatment

A natural solution consisting of amino acids and other vitamins is administered intravenously (IV). The amino acid works by binding salts and molecules (toxic heavy metals) in the blood. The chelation agent complies with the body and is flushed out through urine. We’ll inject the amino acid using an IV within a vein on the hand or arm. The procedure takes several hours to complete. Most patients get minimal downtime and recovery period. You may resume your daily routine after treatment.


How many infusions are given to patients?

We administer 30 infusions for each patient, on average. Some clients will opt for monthly infusions for maintenance after the initial treatment plan.

What is the length of the procedure?

The length of the procedure is 1-3 hours.

How many treatments can I get?

Most patients get 20 and 60 chelation therapy treatments within 12-36 weeks. It depends on the severity of your condition, and it varies for each patient. We will develop a personalized plan for you.

What are the side effects of Chelation Therapy?

Unlike traditional surgical procedures, this treatment has minimal toxicity, although symptoms such as mild burning, redness, or swelling may arise.