FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE

Chelation Therapy

What is Chelation Therapy?

Everyday environmental exposures to toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury, aluminum, and cadmium continue to play a critical role in your health. When not correctly eliminated from your body, these toxic metals get deposited into your brain, gut, and arteries, causing some serious health concerns.

Chelation means “to grab” or “bind to.” Chelation therapy is an FDA-approved treatment that uses EDTA (ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid), an amino acid, to bind to heavy metals and effectively and safely exit them from the body. The process involves a simple IV procedure to detoxify the bloodstream from toxic heavy metals, leaving you feeling your best!

BENEFITS:

Because your body cannot properly eliminate all toxic heavy metals on its own, chelation therapy is a necessary treatment for your health. Here are some of the incredible benefits below:
– Removes heavy metals from the blood
– Safe and effective treatment
– Non-invasive and well-tolerated procedure
– Non-toxic and virtually risk-free
– Less expensive alternative to angioplasty, stents, and bypass surgery

Symptoms of Heavy Metal Toxicity

You know your body best. And when something feels off, usually it is. Often heavy metal toxicity may be overlooked or misdiagnosed. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, our team at Desert FMA will help you uncover the root cause of your ailments, including toxic heavy metals.

Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Anxiety
Depression
Mood swings
Buildup up of plaque in the arteries around your heart

Frequently Asked Question’s

Is Chelation Therapy right for me?
To determine if you are a good candidate for chelation therapy, our team of healthcare experts will conduct a thorough exam, detailed history of your health, as well as a series of tests to help determine your individual needs.
Whether you are dealing with past or present health complications or you are just feeling unwell, we will work with you to get you back to an optimal state of health.
Depending on your health needs, IV chelation infusions are a simple in-house appointment that can take approximately three hours for each treatment. Our team will work with you to create a custom treatment plan specifically tailored to your health.
What conditions can Chelation Therapy treat?

If something feels off, don’t wait to get it checked out. Dr. Pfeifer and our team of specialists are some of the leading health experts in New Mexico. We genuinely can for our patients and make it our mission to help them thrive and feel their best.

Below are just some conditions that may greatly benefit from Chelation Therapy.
Lead poisoning
Cardiovascular disease
Cerebrovascular disease
Stroke
Autism
Alzheimer’s disease
Diabetic complications
Detoxification Therapies / Heavy Metals
Hypertension
Atherosclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis
Memory disorders
Peripheral neuropathy
Peripheral vascular disease
Slow-healing wounds

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Cryotherapy

Sports Medicine

IV Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Your First Visit

01

Getting to Know You

We will do a full assessment, diving deeper into the information you provided on your form, to get a thorough understanding of your medical and family history, your health concerns and inquire about your lifestyle habits including diet, exercise, sleep, and any stressors in your life.

02

Further Testing

Based on the conversations with your doctor, they may recommend further testing and prepare an individualized treatment plan to optimize your health – that could include specific treatments, supplements or lifestyle changes – along with arranging any follow up visits that are needed.

03

Questions

Our goal is to make you as comfortable and confident as possible, and we can do that by answering any questions you may have so please use this as an opportunity to ask them.
Your initial visit will be XXX long. Follow up visit times will vary depending on your treatment plans.

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