There are many treatment options available for chronic lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Lung Health Institute offers a treatment option that has proved very effective for our patients: cellular therapy. Here are 3 reasons that cellular therapy may be the treatment option you’re looking for if you have a chronic lung disease.
1. It’s All-Natural
Chronic lung diseases are often treated with medications, and many of these medications aren’t made with ingredients that are naturally found in the body. This can be an issue because this means medications can have a host of negative side effects. However, cellular therapy isn’t like medications.
This treatment option uses helpful cells from a small sample of the patient’s blood. These include cells like platelets, proteins, growth factors and other helpful cells. By using cells from your own body, cellular therapy is designed to fight inflammation and improve quality of life without the side effects of some medications.
2. It Lets Your Body Do the Work
Not only does cellular therapy use the body’s own cells to treat chronic lung diseases, but it also lets the body get these cells where they need to go. At Lung Health Institute, our cellular therapy treatments use a method called the Pulmonary Trap™.
This method involves several basic steps. First, a small blood sample is taken from an IV, and the blood is then taken to our on-site lab so the helpful cells can be separated and concentrated. The concentrated cells are then returned to the body through the IV. Once in the body, the cells are naturally pumped through the heart and into the lungs. Here they may promote healing in damaged lung tissue and help to reduce inflammation.
3. It’s Effective
Our health care team at Lung Health Institute has a proven track record with cellular therapy. Surveys report that 96.2%* of our patients are satisfied with their experience and treatment with us. Other surveys show that 91.6%* of our COPD patients have positive outcomes within 3 months of their first cellular therapy session.
Are you ready to find out if cellular therapy can help you? Take the next step to Breathe Easier™. Contact one of our patient coordinators today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.