Treating COPD with Lung Restoration Therapy at the Lung Health Institute
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive lung disease that causes breathing difficulties. The disease is not curable, but patients do have hope thanks to modern medicine and revolutionary treatments by lung care professionals.
The Lung Health Institute is one lung care provider that is changing the lives of thousands of COPD patients. Thanks to our Lung Restoration Treatment™, our patients experience better breathing and a reduction of inflammation and scarring in the lungs related to COPD and other chronic lung conditions.
What is the Lung Health Institute?
Our clinic first opened its doors in 2013. Since then, we’ve helped thousands of lung disease patients improve their lung function and return to their daily lives.
We are the first lung care provider to use cellular restoration therapy to fight lung disease. We’ve refined the procedure as Lung Restoration Treatment™, which is used to target lung infection. Our Lung Restoration Treatment™ is an effective alternative to drugs and surgery that has improved the quality of life for more than 80 percent of our patients.
What is the Lung Restoration Treatment™?
Lung restoration therapy uses your own blood cells to help your lungs heal. A small sample of your blood is withdrawn and taken to one of our state-of-the-art labs where your blood cells are separated into concentrated forms. These concentrated forms are then reintroduced into your bloodstream to reduce inflammation in your lungs and help you breathe more clearly.
The procedure is minimally invasive and has few side-effects. It is proven to be effective with patients of all stages of COPD.
What to expect from the Lung Health Institute
Living with COPD is already challenging enough, so your treatment experience shouldn’t be. At the Lung Health Institute, we provide a comfortable and quality patient experience at all of our clinics. Our staff and physicians are passionate and committed to assisting patients with all types of lung diseases to experience better breathing again.
Are you ready to speak with a patient coordinator at the Lung Health Institute about what Lung Restoration Treatment™ can do for you? Contact us today to schedule an appointment or ask us any questions.