Dr. Marcia Coyle
Dr. Marcia Coyle and the Coyle Chelation Clinic have been providing chelation therapy
to satisfied patients from around the world for over thirty years.
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Coyle Chelation Clinic
"For Better Health"
Chelation Therapy
Chelation Therapy
What is EDTA Chelation Therapy?

EDTA Chelation Therapy is an intravenous therapy to treat and
prevent a variety of ailments that effect us as we age, such as,
arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, angina pectoris, cardiovascular
disease, coronary heart disease, diabetic gangrene, neuropathy,
peripheral vascular disease, scleroderma, arthritis, hypoglycemia,
macular degeneration and many other age-related ailments.
Chelation therapy improves metabolic function and increases
blood flow, opening blocked arteries throughout the body.

Complete and comprehensive medical histories, along with blood
tests and urine analysis are taken before chelation therapy
can begin. The therapist begins with a complete assessment of the
patient's health. The lungs, kidneys and liver are given particular
attention. In order to eliminate the waste products from chelation,
the kidneys and liver must be functioning properly.
Persons suffering from severe kidney and liver disorders need
specialized care during their therapy.
Chelation therapy is primarily aimed at increasing blood flow, which in turn is known to be a determining factor in how healthy you are
or how quickly you will become a candidate for one or more of the many degenerative diseases.
(EDTA), ethylene-diamine-tetra-acetic acid, an amino acid, and is administered intravenously over a period of approximately three
hours.  During this time, the patient is fully awake and may rest comfortably in a chair while reading or chatting with a fellow patient.

A complete program of chelation therapy involves lifestyle changes as well as dietary changes, away from highly refined and processed
foods. The use of nonprescription nutritional supplements is emphasized more than expensive drugs.

The simple process of EDTA chelation therapy is surprisingly effective at treating a wide range of health conditions.
Here is just a partial list:
Angina Pectoris  I  Arteriosclerosis  I  Atherosclerosis  I  Arthritis  I  Cerebral Degeneration  I  Cardiovascular disease   
Coronary Heart Disease
 I  Diabetic Gangrene  I  Peripheral Vascular Disease  I  Neuropathy  I  Heavy Metal Toxicity   
Hypoglycemia  I  Lupis Erythematosis  I  Tendonitis  I  Thrombophlebitis  I  Psoriasis  I  Scleroderma  I  Macular Degeneration
  
A partial list of the benefits of chelation therapy

Improved Coronary Circulation...Reduces Leg Cramps...Reduces Strong Heart Beats...Reduces Blood Pressure...Lowers Blood Fats
Lowers Blood Cholesterol...Improves Vision...Improves Liver Function...Reduces Leg Pigmentation...Relieves Angina Pectoris
Heals Poor Circulation...Heals Ulcers...Reduces Heart Irritability......Removes Excessive Iron Deposits...Improves Varicose Veins
Removes Signs of Senility
The following treatments are available at the Coyle Chelation Clinic
Paginas en Español
Excerpts from Books on Chelation Therapy
Forty Something Forever - A Consumers Guide
to Chelation Therapy and other Heart Savers
by Harold & Arline Brecher
EDTA Chelation Therapy
By Stan Preble
Coyle Chelation Clinic: A view of the
patio outside our front door.
Where is the Coyle Chelation Clinic Located?

We're located just 20 minutes from Yuma, Arizona, in San Luis R.C., Sonora, Mexico.
Our address is:
Coyle Chelation Clinic
Av.Madero 704
San Luis R.C., Sonora Mexico
Telephone: 011-52-653-534-2138
Answering Service: (928) 726-6381
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday
As a courtesy to our customers, the clinic offers free taxi service to and from the border
for our patients. Just say "Coyle Clinic" and any of the waiting cab drivers will be happy
to give you a ride, as they know we will pay the fare.
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Correction to previously posted schedule change.
PLEASE NOTE: Beginning the week of July 1st.,we will switch to our summer schedule which will be three days
a week Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.
We will be clossed Mondays & Fridays. We will resume our regular
schedule of Monday through Friday the week beginning September,
23rd.
Please note our new summer schedule below!