There are many benefits to the cellular therapy offered by the team at the Lung Health Institute. For instance, this therapy is natural and relatively easy for your body to handle. However, an even more appealing benefit for you is that you won’t need to take lots of time out of your busy schedule for cellular therapy.
Why cellular therapy is so helpful
Cellular therapy at the Lung Health Institute is helpful in so many ways. First of all, it’s noninvasive for your body. Cellular therapy is accomplished by using an IV, so there’s no cutting or other deeply invasive actions being done to your body. This makes cellular therapy much less invasive and easier for your body to handle than traditional lung surgeries.
Another reason cellular therapy is so easy on your body is the cells used in this form of treatment all come straight from your own body. There are actually only two components from your blood that our team will use for your cellular therapy. The first component we’ll use is your cells. These cells are found in the blood of every adult, and they have the ability to change into many different types of cells. This makes them particularly useful in cellular therapy because they may control the symptoms caused by damaged lung tissue. The second component our team will pull from your blood is platelet-rich plasma. This plasma is also used to repair damaged tissues in your body, so it may help to repair your lung tissues and reduce inflammation.
The third reason cellular therapy is a great noninvasive treatment option is that it doesn’t take up much of your time. During this outpatient procedure, you’ll be scheduled for two days of treatment. The first step of your cellular therapy treatment will be getting hooked up to your IV and getting a small, 2-ounce blood sample drawn from the IV. Our team will then place your blood into a centrifuge for about 15 minutes to concentrate the cells and platelet-rich plasma. After that, we’ll use your IV to reinsert the concentrated liquid from the centrifuge into your body, and this step only takes approximately 10 minutes. What this means is that each of your treatments will take as little as 30 to 40 minutes. Even when you multiply that by two for the two days of treatment, that still means you’ll only spend an hour to an hour and 20 minutes on both cellular therapy treatments. By taking so little time and being easy on your body, cellular therapy is a noninvasive lung disease treatment option you should seriously consider.
The Lung Health Institute can help you find other natural treatment methods, too
In addition to cellular therapy, the team at the Lung Health Institute also offers another natural treatment for lung conditions. We call this treatment the Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™, and it’s available in three different plans to help you customize your level of support. Each plan includes information that helps you take charge of your health by improving gut health and using fats as fuel to fight inflammation. To find out more about cellular therapy or our Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™ plans, contact the Lung Health Institute now to schedule your free consultation.
After serving in the U.S. Air Force, Dennis developed emphysema and COPD from exposure to environmental hazards. Cellular therapy helped him regain his quality of life.