Contact The Get Well Center

Call Us: (419) 524-2676

Chelation Therapy in Ohio

Functional Medicine treatments from the get well center

What is Chelation Therapy?

Chelation therapy is the intravenous use of EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid) given to bind toxic heavy metals as well as to bind calcium in areas of the body where it is harmful and causing problems. EDTA also binds trace minerals. These bound molecules are then excreted via the kidneys through the urine. In other words, EDTA is a synthetic amino acid and is one of many different substances that is used as a chelating agent. Moreover, chelation therapy can be performed to treat a variety of chronic conditions and is a great holistic, alternative therapy option. There are a number of benefits that can come from undergoing chelation therapy, contact us, today, to see if you qualify in a consultation.

What is Chelation Therapy Used For?

  • arteriosclerosis atherosclerosis
  • angina pectoris
  • coronary heart disease
  • transient ischemic attacks
  • diseases with poor blood circulation
  • hypertension
  • diabetes type II
  • macular degeneration
  • senility
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • arteriosclerotic Parkinson’s disease
  • heavy metal toxicity
  • arthritis
  • scleroderma
  • lupus erythematosis
  • raynaud’s disease
  • hypoglycemia
  • preventative health

What are the Benefits/Goals of These Therapies?*

  • improvement in circulation
  • lowered blood pressure
  • lowered cholesterol
  • improvement in blood sugar
  • better calcium metabolism
  • less leg pain from poor circulation
  • less angina
  • improvement in mental function
  • improvement in some diseases
  • prevention of chronic diseases
  • prevention of cancer

*Results vary from person to person

Chronic Conditions Alternative Treatment

Schedule Your Chelation Therapy Session

Are you ready to see if chelation therapy is right for you and your supplemental treatment plan? 

Book your appointment with the Get Well Center, today!

How Do I Undergo Chelation Therapy in Ohio?

An initial consultation is required. In my office, this includes a constitutional homeopathic workup, naturopathic assessment, a review of past medical history and family history, a review of organs and systems, and a complete physical exam. This appointment is two hours in length. Arrangement for blood and urine tests will also be done at this time. Particular attention is given to the kidneys as they must filter out the waste products of chelation therapy.

After your health has been assessed and it is determined that chelation would be indicated for you, appointments for weekly or bi-weekly therapy sessions will be arranged. Blood work will be taken periodically to monitor your kidneys and liver functions during your time here.

How Many Chelation Therapy Sessions Do I Need?

For best results, 20 to 40 sessions are suggested depending on the person and the extent of the illness. After this, it is recommended that those with circulatory conditions maintain monthly or bi-monthly sessions. For those without disease and interested in preventative health, 5-10 sessions would be helpful.

When Can I Expect to Experience Results?

Some experience improvement in symptoms soon after therapy sessions have been started, and others will experience symptomatic improvement after 20-30 sessions. The maximum benefit of chelation therapy continues up to three months after a series of infusions have been completed.

A healthy diet, oral supplementation, regular exercise, rest, and stress management will be addressed during the initial consultation to further improve your likelihood of success with alternative treatment for chronic conditions.

ready to begin chelation therapy?

If you are ready to undergo chelation therapy or think that this may be a great supplemental option for you, it’s important to reach out to the general practitioners at the Get Well Center for a consultation. We are here to help guide you along your journey to better health. If you are ready to schedule your first appointment now, then click the button below to begin.