ERADICATE HEAVY METALS FROM THE BODY
AND AVOID LONG TERM HEALTH RISKS
Our Chelation Therapy IV drip is a modern treatment to boost health and restore blood flow. Long Life Clinic became a pioneer of Chelation Therapy here in Spain, and has generated positive results in a number of patients. Chelation Therapy involves IV drips of EDTA, an amino acid that binds to heavy metals and minerals in the blood, removing them from the body.
CHELATION THERAPY INSTEAD OF BYPASS SURGERY
Help to avoid bypass surgery by restoring blood flow, improving the presence of oxygen in the body and burning body mass.
PERFECT TREATMENT FOR EYE HEALTH
Chelation Therapy could be helpful for those suffering from the degeneration of central and acute vision, since it is most likely caused by a blockage in the choroid capillaries which deliver blood to the macula.
ERADICATE HEAVY METALS
Chelation Therapy is most often used to eliminate the accumulation of heavy metals. The EDTA binds to metals and minerals found in the blood so that the body can excrete them in urine. EDTA also helps prevent the production of harmful free radicals.
FREE CLOGGED ARTERIES
With this therapy, clogged arteries may be released and will receive a greater blood flow, giving patients a preventative measure against cardiovascular diseases.
REDUCE PAIN AND SWELLING
The EDTA used in Chelation Therapy has been show to act as an antioxidant, limiting any damage from free radicals. This in turn can have an antiaging effect and can reduce any inflammation and pain associated with it.
Chelation Therapy acts as an intravenous cleaning agent, minimising the risk of arterial hypertension.
WHERE CAN YOU GET CHELATION THERAPY?
At Long Life Clinic we administer Chelation IV drip therapy. During your first appointment, Dr Garant will establish a medication plan to guide and instruct you in the use and application of Chelation Therapy to help you understand the benefits and any side effects to monitor.
The Chelation Therapy IV drip is administered at our clinic in central Marbella and usually takes a couple of hours to administer via a slow drip.