Chronic bronchitis is a condition that is typically caused by an allergy or an infection that causes inflammation of the trachea and the bronchi, the small tree-like passages in the lungs. The inflammation of these air passages leads to an immune system response that creates fluid. As time goes on, this fluid continues to build up in the lungs causes symptoms such as persistent wet coughing and shortness of breath. Chronic bronchitis can lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to develop over time.
There are several commonly used treatments for chronic bronchitis, but none of them do more than treat the symptoms of the disease. If you are looking for alternative therapies for your chronic bronchitis, you may want to consider cellular therapy.
The Lung Health Institute Endorses Cellular Therapy as a Chronic Bronchitis Alternative Therapy
At the Lung Health Institute, our medical professionals have found that adding cellular therapy to traditional treatments is an effective alternative therapy for chronic bronchitis. There are two types of cellular therapy that may serve as alternative chronic bronchitis therapies for you, and these two types are venous cellular therapy and bone marrow-based cellular therapy.
The difference between the two is that the venous therapy uses cells obtained from blood, while the bone marrow-based therapy uses cells collected from a bone marrow sample. Both of these types of cellular therapy have potential benefits that allow them to be effective chronic bronchitis alternative therapies. The benefits of both venous and bone marrow-based cellular therapies include:
- Their minimally invasive nature
- The fact that they are outpatient therapies typically carried out in just two days
- Their potential to promote natural healing and reduce lung inflammation
In addition to these benefits, using cellular therapy as a chronic bronchitis alternative therapy has few reported side effects because this type of therapy uses your body’s own cells. The only side effect that may occur in some patients is a temporary soreness at the site where the cells are injected. Contact one of our patient coordinators so you can experience of the benefits of the chronic bronchitis alternative therapy by trying cellular therapy at the Lung Health Institute.