Cellular therapy may not be something you’ve ever heard of, but if you’re living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), you should definitely check it out. In fact, cellular therapy from the Lung Health Institute may have 3 specific benefits for you.
What Is Cellular Therapy?
Our health care team at Lung Health Institute knows the term cellular therapy may not be familiar to you. Cellular therapy is a form of regenerative medicine, and it uses autologous cells from your own body to treat chronic lung diseases like COPD. This form of treatment is natural, since the cells are yours, and it may also have a lower risk of harmful side effects than drug-based treatments.
2 Benefits Cellular Therapy May Offer You
One benefit cellular therapy from Lung Health Institute may offer COPD patients is reduced lung inflammation. Inflammation is one of the most common symptoms of COPD, and cellular therapy may help to promote healing in your lung tissues in ways that may reduce inflammation.
Another benefit cellular therapy may offer you is a greatly improved quality of life and increased independence. Since it may help you Breathe Easier™, cellular therapy may be a catalyst for other positive changes in your day-to-day life with COPD. For instance, you may be able to perform daily tasks such as walking to the mailbox without becoming short of breath. You may even be able to regain the ability to do fun hobbies on your own, such as hiking or fishing.
Lung Health Institute Can Help You Find Ways to Treat COPD
At Lung Health Institute, our health care team is dedicated to helping patients with chronic lung diseases find treatments that may benefit them. One treatment we offer that may have many benefits for patients with COPD and other chronic lung conditions is cellular therapy.
However, we offer 3 Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™ (AI2™) plans that also may benefit you. For instance, these plans may boost your immune system so you’re less likely to contract secondary infections. They may also allow you to train your body to use fats as fuel to fight inflammation in your lungs.
Are you ready to find out more about the COPD treatments offered by Lung Health Institute? Contact one of our patient coordinators today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.