Breathe Easier:Cellular Therapy for Lung Disease
At the Lung Institute, we are an innovative leader of regenerative medicine dedicated to providing cellular therapies for lung disease. Through our commitment of offering patients a more effective way to address pulmonary conditions, we are improving lives.
Advantages of Cellular Therapy (PRP-PC)
Traditional medical treatments only address the symptoms. Our natural treatments and wellness approach can provide our patients with a more effective way to address chronic inflammatory lung diseases. We are improving lives and helping people breathe easier.
- THE JOINT COMMISSION ACCREDITATION
We have received national accreditation as a top healthcare organization providing safe, high quality care to our patients.
- EFFECTIVE TREATMENT PLANS
Move beyond traditional treatments that only address symptoms. Our integrated wellness approach addresses the root cause.
- NO DOWN TIME
Our outpatient therapy requires no downtime or post-therapy restrictions.
- Over 96.2% PATIENT SATISFACTION RATE*
Based on patient surveys following treatment.
- CALMS LUNG INFLAMMATION
Our integrated wellness approach has the potential to calm lung inflammation, and to slow lung disease progression.
- REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
A new approach to your lung health. Our doctors are board-certified and our clinicians undergo rigorous training.
- 91.6% OF PATIENTS HAVE POSITIVE OUTCOMES*
Based on patient surveys, 91.6% of COPD patients report positive outcomes within 3 months after treatment.
Start your Journey to Breathe Easier
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Lung Diseases Treated with Cellular Therapy
The Lung Institute treats a number of both restrictive and obstructive lung diseases. Since opening our doors in 2013, we’ve treated more than 5,900 patients, and many patients have reported seeing an increase in their quality of life.
At the Lung Institute, we can provide cellular therapy for the following lung diseases: