We are happy to offer a training on the use of Intravenous Disodium Edetate (chelation) October 4
Co-Chairs John Parks Trowbridge MD and Charles Adams MD are pairing up to provide an introduction to chelation as well as an update for all those doing chelation in their office who need a refreshing and stimulating discussion both theory and practice.
Treatment with Intravenous Edetate or certain oral medications (Chelation Therapy) is the only FDA-approved treatment for reducing the body burden of toxic heavy metals. Whether you want to start practicing chelation in your office, or just learn about how it could dramatically help your patients, the International College of Integrative Medicine (ICIM) is proud to offer a comprehensive introduction, including information that can help you begin.
Charles Adams MD is trained as an Internal Medicine specialist. Through additional continuing medical education, he has an Integrative Internal Medicine Practice in that he uses traditional as well as “alternative” or “complementary” or “natural” therapies. Dr. Adams attended the University of Tennessee medical school in Memphis, TN. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Tennessee Erlanger Hospital. He maintains his board eligibility in Internal Medicine and has received the AMA Physicians Recognition Award for continuing to receive more than 100 hours of continuing medical education each year. He is trained and certified by the American College for Advancement Medicine in chelation therapy, and serves as President of the Board of the International College of Integrative Medicine.
John Trowbridge MD, FACAM, has taught physicians, dentists, nurses, and office assistants the ins-and-outs of chelation since 1984. He was certified as a Specialist in Chelation Therapy in 1985. In 1992, Dr. Trowbridge became a founding professor of the Advanced Training Program in Heavy Metal Toxicology for ICIM and later served as a supervising professor of the program. Dr. Trowbridge is Past President and Advisor to the Board of the ICIM and was the first physician President of the IABDM and continues to serve as an advisor to the board. He has lectured on toxic metal diagnosis and treatment across North America, as well as in Taiwan and Brazil.