Heavy Metal Testing & Chelation

For people who have documented exposure or clinical signs of heavy metal toxicity, intravenous chelation may be an appropriate next step to bind and eliminate these toxic materials from your system. Chelation is a process of “provoking” your body to bind and eliminate toxic metals by infusing a chelating agent intravenously.

After an initial consult, your first chelation infusion session will include pre-/post urine toxic metal testing to determine the nature and extent of your exposure. This involves the collection of a urine sample the morning of your session, receiving the IV, then collecting another urine sample 6 hours after. Both of these urine samples will be dispatched for laboratory testing and the comparative results will assist in identifying the best next step for your optimal care.

Nutrient Testing

Many diseases or feeling unwell may be caused by a lack of essential nutrients. Even if you are eating a well balanced diet you may not be absorbing a sufficient amount of nutrients from your food. Blood tests measures the amount of essential nutrients in your body to detect deficiencies. Based on your results, a specific protocol will be developed to address your individual needs. This could include diet modifications, dietary supplements, nutrient injections, and IV infusions. 

Mold Testing & Treatment

Mycotoxins are some of the most prevalent toxins in the environment.  Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by fungi like mold, which can infest buildings, vehicles, and foodstuffs.   A majority of mycotoxin exposures are through food ingestion or airborne exposure. Fungi are able to grow on almost any surface, especially if the environment is warm and wet.  Inner wall materials of buildings, wall paper, fiber glass insulation, ceiling tiles, and gypsum support are all good surfaces for fungi to colonize.  These fungi then release mycotoxins into the environment causing symptoms of many different chronic diseases.