Thursday, March 31, 2016

The Hidden Crisis in Circulatory Disease

A major effort is planned by the American Heart Association to raise public awareness of peripheral artery disease.  Patients with “poor circulation” are not being detected, evaluated or treated for this condition.  Affected patients have up to a four-fold risk of heart attack, stroke, or cardiovascular death. An estimated 200 million people world-wide are affected by PAD.  Conventional treatment is basically regular exercise until the condition gets bad enough to require surgery.  Medications can help symptoms, but do not alter the disease process.  IV chelation can be a very effective therapy.

International College of Integrative Medicine  or American College for Advancement in Medicine  to fine an integrative doctor who offers chelation therapy.

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