What is Arterial Clearance therapy used for?
Arterial Clearance therapy is said to aid in the treatment of atherosclerosis (i.e., hardening of the arteries).
Since calcium deposits are found in artery-clogging plaques, it’s thought that using chelation therapy to remove calcium deposits can restore healthy blood flow in the arteries.
Some proponents suggest that EDTA can act as an antioxidant and protect against the damaging effects of chronic inflammation.
To that end, Arterial Clearance therapy is also used to treat osteoarthritis and other inflammation-related conditions.
In addition, Arterial Clearance therapy is sometimes used to treat the following health issues:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- high blood pressure
- high cholesterol
- multiple sclerosis
- peripheral artery disease
- rheumatoid arthritis
- Band Keratopathy
Arterial Clearance therapy is also claimed to improve memory, treat diabetes-related complications, and promote recovery from stroke.