Don’t Miss Out on the Chelation Therapy Symposium
Join us for the Chelation Therapy Symposium Conversation: An Alternative Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease and Metal Toxicity
Presented by Michael Siciliano, MD, DC and Marissa Houck, RN
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2023
Location: UPMC Medical Office Building
During this informative and interactive session, Dr. Siciliano and Marissa will be discussing:
- What is Chelation Therapy?
- Who is a good candidate?
- History of Chelation Therapy
- How does Chelation Therapy work?
- TACT study about the benefits of Chelation Therapy
Registration Required. Event capacity limited to 45 participants.* If you are interested in attending, please call us today at 717.730.9000 to register for the seminar as seating is limited!
*Additional event details and location shared upon registration. Reminder emails will be sent 1 day in advance and the day of the event.
What is Chelation Therapy?
Chelation therapy is a treatment that has historically been used for metal poisoning and exposure, but it is now an alternative functional and integrative protocol option for other conditions. It’s based on the process of chelation, in which medications are used to remove heavy metals and other substances from the body.
Who is a good EDTA Chelation Candidate?
- Cardiovascular patients
- Patients born before 1980 (lead burden)
- Smokers-must stop smoking during treatment
- Renal patients & Diabetics
- Chronic disease patients
- Cobalt Hip Recipients
- Patients with PVD
- Patients with known heavy metal burden