Two Years of Changing Lives
This month we are celebrating two years of helping patients with lung disease breathe easier with stem cell therapy. With over 800 treatments completed, we are looking for new ways to help people get their lives back within reach. A couple of weeks ago, we announced that we will now start treating patients suffering from non-congenital bronchiectasis, and in the coming months, we will be announcing the opening of a new clinic in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In celebration of our two year anniversary, we will be holding birthday parties at each of our clinics throughout the month. You’re invited to join us as we celebrate two years of changing lives. Come in for a chance to learn more about stem cell therapy for lung disease.
Helping you breathe easier,
Stem Cell Webinar
For too long, people suffering from a chronic lung disease like COPD and pulmonary fibrosis have been confined to highly invasive surgeries such as a lung transplant or lung reduction. Finally, sufferers have options they so desperately need with stem cell therapy. The Lung Institute is hosting a stem cell therapy webinar to address how stem cells from your own body can help you get back to the life you deserve. Join us online on May 7th at 4:00 PM EDT to hear answers to all of your questions about how stem cell therapy can help you.
The Impact of Stress on Lung Disease
If there is one thing that everyone in the world experiences at some point, it’s the feeling of being stressed. Studies show that stress actually affects every organ in the human body. In the case of lung disease sufferers, stress is a vicious circle. First, sufferers are stressed due to their condition; second, sufferers trigger flare-ups due to their stress levels; third, the additional flare-ups and stress levels worsen their condition; and finally, the sufferers become increasingly stressed—the cycle goes on.
Herbs that Help COPD
It can be hard to accept that a progressive lung disease like COPD is an incurable condition with little to no room for improvement. When faced with a challenging diagnosis, people search for hope in alternative options. For years people have used herbal remedies to improve various ailments; lung function is no exception. Sitting in your kitchen are herbs that could be helping you breathe easier. Learn how peppermint, oregano and other household herbs could be naturally improving your lung function.