Toxic metals can cause a number of health problems — even at low levels — because they’re not excreted naturally and accumulate with time in soft tissues and bones. The most common toxic metals according to public health impact are lead, cadmium, mercury, aluminum, nickel, and arsenic.
With cumulative exposure, metals cause cellular toxicity that:
Absorbed or inhaled toxins wreak havoc on the body by increasing oxidative stress, harming organs and tissues, and elevating the risk of developing many illnesses. Novel medical interventions eliminate toxicity through a delicate removal process called chelation therapy.
In chelation therapy, we introduce chelators — special chemicals that bind metals and minerals — to the blood in order to remove stuck toxic metals from the body. Elimination of heavy metals helps your body operate efficiently and heal properly.
All chelation treatments start with our Toxic Metal Chelation Screening. During evaluation, we consider your symptoms, history of exposures, and run diagnostics to assess your current toxic metal load.
Next, we perform a single IV chelation treatment and monitor results to determine what metals to target for your individualized therapy.
Then we determine the best type, intensity, and frequency of chelation treatments to safely remove your accumulation of toxic metals — bringing your body’s systems to a healthy place gently and persistently.
Improves quality of life
Enhances mental clarity
Reduces oxidative stress on the body
Effectively removes toxic metals
Reduces risk for cardiovascular disease
Enhances cardiovascular performance
Improves libido and erectile function and prostate conditions
Relieves symptoms of fatigue, anxiety, and/or depression
Reduces blood pressure
Improved energy and endurance
Prior to your first chelation, first-morning urine and post-treatment urine samples help establish your baseline chelation protocol. You’ll meet with your ViveWell provider to discuss which treatment plan is optimal for you.
On the initial toxic metal chelation screening, a urine is collected prior to the IV chelation. Expect to spend 90-120 minutes in the office. You’ll be sent home with a kit to collect urine for the next 6 hours. This sample will be sent in for analysis to compare to the pre-chelation levels.
Many people require 10 or more chelation “rounds.” It’s good practice to monitor kidney and liver function with blood tests every 5-6 chelation “rounds” and urine metal testing every 10 chelation sessions.
Chezone is the synergistic combination of two detoxifying procedures, Ozone Major Auto-hemotherapy (MAH) followed by IV chelation with EDTA in one discounted office visit.
First described by Dr. Frank Shallenberger, MD, ND, the past president of the American Academy of Ozone Therapy, Chezone enhances patient outcomes because Ozone MAH increases blood circulation to tissues and stimulates metabolic pathways that benefit from toxic metal removal by chelation. Most patients choose Chezone when returning to the office between oral chelation rounds at home.
Most people. Although, renal function will limit chelation abilities and is used to adjust dosing.
Want to know more about chelation therapy? Explore our resources on chelation and heavy metal toxicity.
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Disclaimer: All statements and opinions provided are for educational and informational purposes, not for medical diagnosis. As with all medical treatments and procedures, results may vary on an individual basis. ViveWell follows all FDA guidelines related to the treatments provided. You’re encouraged to consult with your primary care provider before undergoing any treatment programs offered by ViveWell. Some of our therapies are not FDA-approved. During your personal consultation, the benefits and risks of any recommended therapies will be reviewed with you.