The official blog of the Lung Institute.
When CareDash.com, a leading patient-advocacy website, wanted an expert to talk about the disease, they turned to the Lung Institute’s senior medical director, Dr. Jack Coleman.
We, at the Lung Institute, are proud to announce we have earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation. This prestigious accreditation is given to organizations that demonstrate continuous compliance with The Joint Commission’s nationally recognized standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of high quality that reflects…
Understanding cellular therapy should go beyond the confines of this site, therefore we at the Lung Institute are here to take you outside of our own voices and bring you to doctors and researchers within the field. With your health in mind, we’re here to finally answer the question of What Doctors Are Saying About Cellular therapy?
To celebrate its three-year anniversary on May 14th, the Lung Institute will give away a free treatment at several clinic locations across the United States to one patient in attendance at a seminar. Check the events schedule to see when there is a seminar close to you.
This May 2016, the Lung Institute turns 3 years old. Our patients are constantly inspiring us, so help us celebrate our birthday by celebrating our patients. Keep reading to hear some of our patients’ stories.
Have you ever wondered if there are other ways to improve your oxygen levels? Check out what made our list of ways to increase your oxygen levels.
Just like the muscles in your body, your lungs can benefit from exercises to make them stronger. Learn more about the benefits of pulmonary rehab.
“Star Trek” star Leonard Nimoy dedicated his final days to raising awareness of COPD. Learn more about COPD.
The notion that harmful air pollutants exist only outdoors is false. Some pollutants occurring in the home can be more harmful than those commonly encountered outdoors. Modern homes harbor many sources of respiratory irritation, but it’s not terribly difficult to lung-proof your home.