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Scottsdale, Arizona has evolved from a quaint southwestern suburb of Phoenix to a leading medical and cultural destination. Lung Institute patients who choose to receive treatment in Scottsdale will be welcomed by a warm hospitable city that can turn your medical trip into an exciting vacation.
Visit Scottsdale’s Old West
Scottsdale’s motto is Old West meets New West, and rightfully so. Not only can you take in the ambiance of a historical western town, but you can also catch a musical or theatrical performance at the Scottsdale Performing Arts Center. The city even has an option to view its attractions by a horse-drawn trolley!
Tex-mex and Much More in Scottsdale
There are well over 100 restaurants in Scottsdale, many of which offer award-winning fare; everything from fine Italian to Japanese, and of course, some of the best Mexican food you’ll ever try. Check out Scottsdale’s directory of fine dining.
Sports in Scottsdale
The city offers all sorts of sporting venues to visit while in town on a medical trip. Phoenix, a short trip southwest, has a sports team in every major professional sport. Football fans can check out a Cardinals game, while those that prefer baseball and basketball can catch the Diamondbacks and Suns. The resident NHL team in Phoenix is the Coyotes. Also, for college sports fans, a variety of sporting events are offered by Arizona State University.
Although it can become quite hot during the daytime in the summer, the cool desert air of the evenings is usually a welcoming time to see the town. The city sees less than 10 inches of rainfall throughout the year, so there is little need to worry about a thunderstorm canceling your plans.
For help planning your medical trip to Scottsdale, check out the visitor’s bureau.
Suffering from a debilitating lung condition like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can be very painful and limiting. The Lung Institute in Scottsdale may be able to help you alleviate some of your lung disease symptoms through stem cell treatment. Contact the Lung Institute to learn more about how to bring your life back within reach by calling (800) 729-3065.