Detoxification Therapy at Our Scottsdale Integrative Medical Center
Heavy metal contamination in the body can cause significant problems and
risks. There are 167 types of chemicals found in the blood and urine from
heavy metals such as mercury and lead. 76 of these types of chemicals
can cause cancer, 94 are toxic, and 79 can cause birth defects or abnormal
development. These chemicals can cause behavioral disorders, lowered IQ,
and more. People who work in industrial buildings or who live near coal
power plants are not the only ones affected.
Mercury and lead can be found in the body from things like:
- Certain skin creams
- Eating contaminated fish
- Certain types of makeup like mascara
- Hair dyes
- And more
Call (480) 418-0220 to reach our Scottsdale integrative medical center.
How Does Chelation Work?
Several different chelating agents are used to pull heavy metals out of
the body including EDTA, DPMS, and DMSA. These agents are effective through
consistent dosages and can be done through IV therapy or orally through
taking a pill. At our integrative medical center in Scottsdale, we perform
both IV and oral chelation therapy in order to pull out heavy metals as
consistently as possible. Each IV treatment can take up to 45 minutes
and must be performed in a series of sessions over time with regular blood
and urine work monitoring to ensure that the kidney and liver are still stable.
Choose Our Diversified Integrative Medical Center
At the Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine in Scottsdale, we help patients
from all over the country and the world find the health and wellness they
are looking for. We have mastered a wide breadth of diagnostic abilities
and treatments including chelation therapy. Call our Scottsdale integrative
medical center today for a free 15-minute consultation over the phone
and to schedule an appointment for treatment at your earliest convenience.*
Contact us today to learn more about detoxification with chelation therapy.
See more of our articles on chelation therapy here.
*Disclaimer: There is no guarantee of successes for any given medical treatment.
Each individual is unique and may respond differently to our medical services,
meaning results may vary for each person.