April 5, 2020 - Sunday

Intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy

Remarkable, Proven IV Treatment To Improve Circulation and Cell Health and To Avoid Surgery

Half a Century of Therapeutic Use
For over 60 years chelation therapy has served as a highly effective and safe intravenous treatment for the elimination of toxic heavy metals and the improvement of circulatory problems. Since 1994 Bruce Dooley, M.D., has treated over 5,000 patients using Disodium-Mg EDTA Chelation Therapy for arteriosclerosis, heavy metal toxicity, memory problems, heart disease, fatigue, circulation problems and more. This therapy has now been proven to be clinically significant and safe by a large government-funded national study named the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (see below). It has helped restore healthy function and quality of life to our patients, many of whom have been able to prevent the need for painful and costly surgeries or to rely on prescription medications.

Intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy

Improves Blood Flow without Surgery
Atherosclerosis, the narrowing and stiffening of arteries due to the accumulation of pathologic calcium and plaque, is a primary cause of poor circulation. EDTA chelation therapy is an effective method for enhancing the health of the arteries, removing calcium, improving elasticity (compliance) and thus improving circulation.

Benefits Every Cell from Head to Toe
Chelation involves the intravenous administration of a synthetic amino acid called EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid). Disodium EDTA (in a complex with magnesium, vitamin C and other nutrients) enters the bloodstream and binds to heavy metals such as lead, iron and cadmium that can cause free-radical damage and calcium deposits in the arteries, and carries them  harmlessly out of the body through the urine.

Safe, Painless & Cost Effective Treatment To
Reverse Heart Disease & Arterial Aging

A chelation therapy session takes  between two and three hours, during which you relax in a comfortable recliner and enjoy conversations with others, or if you prefer, you can read, work on your computer using free Wi-Fi or take a nap.

Chelation has an impeccable record of safety, with not a single fatality recorded by physicians certified to administer the therapy and following the proper protocols.

EDTA chelation therapy offers a safe and effective alternative to patients who may otherwise be told they need drugs, invasive stents or bypass surgery.

National Study Proves Chelation Therapy Safe and Clinically Effective
The National Institutes of Health provided $32 million in research funding to perform a 10-year multi-center study with 1,708 patients, 50 years of age or older, who had a history of a previous heart attack. The study, Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT), was the first large-scale, multi-center study designed to determine the efficacy of a specific form of chelation therapy using disodium EDTA. TACT followed a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled format. The actual compositions of the infusions administered and supplements dispensed are not disclosed to the patients or to the administering /dispensing personnel, hence, the phrase, double-blind.

On November 4, 2012 Dr. Lamas (Cardiologist, Mt. Sinai, Miami) announced the results to a large gathering of cardiologists and general public at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting. The conclusions were:  (1) The therapy is entirely safe, and (2) the therapy was clinically significant for the reduction of the endpoints studied as compared to placebo. DIABETICS: In fact, the diabetic subset receiving chelation therapy showed an astonishing 38% reduction of further cardiac events over those diabetic patients receiving placebo infusions.

An article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on EDTA chelation therapy is making doctors take notice.  A prominent Palm Beach Preventive Cardiologist has recently discussed EDTA chelation therapy in his nationally syndicated health newsletter. He writes that he will be offering it as a therapeutic option to select patients. Considering the remarkable outcomes seen in diabetics, doctors performing chelation therapy feel that it should be offered to all diabetics with circulatory issues.

Dr. Dooley talks about Lila’s story: At age 83, Lila Rollins wanted to do chelation again.  She had undergone chelation therapy in her late 40s for prevention and still has terrific energy and vitality. When she moved to Jupiter this year, she looked at other people her age and decided she didn’t want to have their health issues. Her mind is still sharp and her happiness and enthusiasm for life is contagious. She is one of the reasons I love chelation and why I and other doctors offer EDTA chelation to our patients…and to ourselves!  Lila is now off her blood pressure medications, which makes us all happy.  She has given herself the gift of a lifetime. Congratulations, Lila!

Bruce R. Dooley, M.D.
For 20 years, Bruce Dooley, M.D. has helped people with chronic health problems using the latest advances in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, which emphasizes science-based natural therapies in place of surgery and prescription medications.  He brings these effective therapies – as well as breast thermography — to the Palm Beach and Jupiter area at the Advanced Natural Medicine center (561-744-2724). Please see their ad and special offer in this magazine for more details.

(561) 744-2724 | www.DrDooley.com

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