Lung Health Institute

100 Northpointe Circle, Suite 103
Seven Fields, PA 16046
Hours: Monday–Friday 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.

The clinic is about 30 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh in the suburb of Seven Fields, PA. The communities of Seven Fields and Cranberry have many restaurants within about five miles of the clinic where you will find a wide variety of dining choices.

The clinic is on the 1st floor of a medical building and offers on-site parking.

The Lung Health Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. offers people in the northeast United States a convenient location to an innovative leader of regenerative medicine dedicated to providing natural treatments for lung disease.

Our Pittsburgh location has 4 treatment rooms, each of which has a nebulizer and an oxygen concentrator to enhance the patient experience. The clinic also has a consult suite and a lab for on-site lab work.

We ensure that our patients receive the highest available care in the industry.

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Call Toll-Free: 888-745-6697


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Important Notice

The safety and well-being of the chronic lung disease patients who we treat are our top priority. As those suffering from chronic lung disease are at high risk of exposure to COVID-19, we recommend all patients follow guidelines issued by the CDC, and if you are feeling unwell, please take steps to safeguard others and remain at home.

Lung Health Institute has decided as a precautionary measure to implement a break in treatment and have temporarily closed our clinics to potentially help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We will be taking your phone calls, answering your health care related questions in the meantime.

We have learned that many regenerative medicine clinics are making claims that stem cells, cellular therapy, etc., can be used to treat people infected with COVID-19. While stem cell and regenerative medicine research shows promise for numerous diseases and conditions, there currently are no approved stem cell-based or regenerative medicine-based approaches for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 infection.

There remains hope as a number of regenerative medicine and other health care organizations are working to submit therapies to regulatory agencies, which is the appropriate and correct avenue for any health care organization working on testing a solution in rigorous clinical trials.