Chelation Therapy / Heavy Metal Detoxification

For decades, people around the world have benefited from chelation therapy. It is a safe and effective non-surgical treatment used by many practitioners. Chelation therapy is comprised of intravenous treatments using several different man-made amino acids, such as EDTA, DMSA, and DMPS. The treatment is designed to help you feel better and live your life with more vitality.

Chelation therapy is effective in the treatment of heart disease and peripheral vascular disease. In addition, chelation improves blood flow to the organs throughout the body, making it an effective treatment for fatigue and memory loss. It also reduces inflammation by neutralizing oxygen free radicals. Finally, chelation therapy is the only treatment for heavy metal burden and detoxification. Heavy metals are elements that exist in the environment as industrial pollutants and contaminants. The most toxic heavy metals are lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium. Analysis of the blood, hair, and urine can determine if a patient is overburdened with these elements.

P-K Protocols incorporate both oral and intravenous Phospholipid exchange. This can stabilize the cell membrane structures, allowing for better cellular integrity, detoxification ability, and overall function. It has been extremely beneficial in many neurological and age related disorders.

For more information about Heavy Metal Detoxification, please visit http://www.mercurypoisoned.com/chuck_balzer.html

For more information on mercury poisoning, watch the following Clips from 60 Minutes:

Mercury Exposure and How it Alters Brain Structure, watch it here

Questions And Answers

HOW DOES ARTERY DISEASE AFFECT YOUR HEALTH?

When blood vessels are blocked by calcification, cholesterol, or inflammation reduction of blood flow is seen, thus starving vital organs for oxygen and other nutrients. This then causes the cell walls to become weakened, allowing calcium, sodium and other elements to enter. When calcium accumulates to a critical point, deposits form, like concrete. This can cause coronaries and other arteries to go into spasm, reducing the blood supply to vital organs.

HOW DOES CHELATION HELP?

Chelation therapy promotes health by increasing the blood flow with enhanced collateral circulation. EDTA removes metallic irritants, allowing leaky and damaged cell walls to heal. Scientific studies have proven that blood flow improves after chelation. Your doctor will discuss a complete program with you that should include regular exercise, vitamin and mineral supplements, proper nutrition and avoiding tobacco and other damaging habits.

IS CHELATION THERAPY SAFE AND DOES IT HAVE SIDE EFFECTS?

Chelation therapy is a very safe medical procedure. Over 400,000 patient have been treated with chelation and not one death has been directly caused by chelation, when it is properly administered by a physician who is fully trained and competent in the use of this therapy. Side effects are possible, as with all drug therapies. You may experience vein irritation, mild pain, headache and fatigue. Occasionally a mild fever occurs. Adjusting the frequency and length of treatments easily controls these side effects. Side effects usually diminish after a few treatments. Most people do not experience any side effects at all.

HOW WILL I KNOW IF I CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS TREATMENT?

If you experience chest pain or leg pain while walking; shortness of breath; discoloration in your feet; transient loss of vision; paralysis; or rapidly failing memory, see your doctor! Any unexplained or persistent symptoms that affect your heart, head or limbs should be explored for circulatory problems.

CAN ANY PHYSICIAN GIVE ME THIS TREATMENT?

Physicians must take courses to train in the safe use of chelation therapy. The American College for Advancement in Medicine offers these courses twice a year. The FDA has approved chelation therapy for the treatment of lead poisoning and several other conditions. Treatment for collateral circulation is not yet an allowable claim for inclusion in the marketing literature of EDTA.