Chronic lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) often have a variety of symptoms, but one of the most common symptoms is damage to the tissues of your lungs. This common symptom prompts many chronic lung disease patients to ask, “Can lung tissue regenerate itself?” At Lung Health Institute, our team can help you find an answer to this important question.
Services That May Help Your Lungs
Our health care team at Lung Health Institute knows that your lung tissues are unlikely to regenerate. However, we also know that there are certain forms of treatment that may help slow the progression of chronic lung diseases.
For instance, our team offers natural and cellular therapy that may help your lungs. When patients receive cellular therapy, also known as platelet-rich plasma platelet-concentrate (PRP-PC), a sample of your own blood is taken, and our clinicians separate and isolate the helpful cells. The concentrated cells are then returned into your bloodstream. This allows the concentrated cells to travel to your lungs where they may help slow the progression of your chronic lung disease and reduce inflammation, and these benefits may allow you to Breathe Easier™ and improve your quality of life.
Our health care team also offers 3 Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™ (AI2™) plans that may help your lungs. These plans include tips that allow you to make lifestyle changes that may benefit your chronic lung condition. For instance, AI2 plans include information about:
- Tasty recipes and foods to boost lung health
- Helpful supplements
With all the information included in our AI2 plans, you may be able to boost your immune system, train your body to use fats as inflammation-fighting fuel and, ultimately, slow the progression of your chronic lung disease.
It’s Easy to Find out More About The Help Lung Health Institute Offers
At Lung Health Institute, we’re proud to offer helpful services to patients with chronic lung conditions. In fact, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to take advantage of our services by giving you only one step to take to get our help.
Contact one of our patient coordinators today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.