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The Benefits of Booster Treatments

9 Feb 2016
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The Benefits of Booster Treatments

The Benefits of Booster Treatments

Being mindful of your holistic health helps you stay strong. From balanced nutrition to daily exercise to investigating alternative treatments, staying well requires practicing healthy habits. Like the rest of the body, your lungs need continuous care. Taking action to reinforce the progress you have seen could result in continued improvements in lung function and quality of life.

Reinforce Your Progress with a Booster Treatment

You may have noticed that your quality of life improved after you received your first treatment. While the best results are often felt six months after treatment, our goal is to help you keep that progress going. When you plan ahead for a booster treatment, it could have the following benefits:

  • Improved quality of life
  • Continued increase in lung function
  • A healthier, more independent lifestyle
  • Bring your life back within reach and keep it that way

Your Life and Happiness Matter

We at the Lung Institute want you to live the fullest and happiest life possible while breathing more easily. We want you to enjoy daily activities, hobbies, family life and travel. Hear what our patients are saying about their successes and why they chose to continue their progress with a booster treatment.

Stay ahead of the progressive nature of your lung disease by receiving booster treatments. Being proactive about your healthcare and treatment regimen could help you receive more of the benefits of booster treatments. Take the next step and contact your patient coordinator today at (800) 729-3065.

6 Comments

  1. PB

    1 year ago

    Dear Rita,

    Thanks for your question. Treatment cost varies depending on treatment type. To answer your questions, it’s best to call your patient coordinator. Your patient coordinator can discuss your options and booster treatment cost in more detail. So, feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  2. PB

    1 year ago

    Dear Cynthia,

    Thanks for your comment and questions. While cell therapy for COPD works to promote healing, there isn’t a cure for COPD at this time. We’re sorry to hear that you have been experiencing more difficulties. Some people see continued improvement after receiving a booster. So, to learn more about booster treatment options, it’s best to contact your patient coordinator. You can reach us by calling (855) 313-1149. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  3. Cynthia Quarles

    1 year ago

    I noticed a small improvement after my treatment. I started pulmonary rehab but could not keep it up because I kept getting bronchial infections. When that happens I can barely dress myself, bathe, or walk over 20 feet. It takes months to get back to a functioning level again. A CT scan with contrast shows I have extreme emphysema. So far I do not know of anything that has
    helped that. Do you think a booster cellular treatment would help me? If so is the cost the same as the first treatment? I would like more information. Thanks.
    Cynthia Quarles, former patient

  4. RITA MUSTAINE

    1 year ago

    I am a widow living on a fixed income, what is the cost of a booster
    treatment??

  5. PB

    2 years ago

    Dear Margaret,

    Thank you for your comment. We’re sorry to hear that you have not seen the improvements you had hoped you would see at this point. To best answer your questions, we advise that you speak with our provider. Please feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149, and we would be happy to help you. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  6. Margaret Preston

    2 years ago

    I’m starting my 6th month after cell. I am not as exhausted as before but contribute that to taking Stimtrition. My breathing has not improved as I was expecting. Will this possibly happen at the end of my 6th month? Perhaps my expectation were too high!
    If I feel 6 months did not help my breathing, would there be any advantage to a booster?

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