Stem Cell Treatment Facility

What is Known About Stem Cells?

Stem cells are sometimes a controversial topic in the United States due to its association with pregnancy. However, most stem cell procedures that are performed in the United States, all except those being conducted through approved clinical trials, are done using autologous stem cells. These cells are extracted from the patient’s own body. Unfortunately, most people do not understand autologous stem cells or have even heard of them being used for at a stem cell treatment facility.

Types of Stem Cells

There are many types of stem cells that have been researched. The ones that typically make headlines are fetal derived stem cells. These stem cells are sought for research due to their ability to become nearly any type of cell in the body. Similarly, umbilical cord blood stem cells can also be used to create a plethora of different cell types, and these cells have the added benefit that they are not taken from a fetus, but are a natural occurrence found in the umbilical cord post birth. Finally, there are autologous stem cells, also known as adult stem cells, which can be found in the body of an adult.

Finding a Stem Cell Treatment Center

Stem cell treatments have helped thousands of patients suffering from a gauntlet of conditions ranging from neurological to autoimmune diseases. Since the growth in research and subsequent development of protocols for the use of autologous stem cells, more and more clinic in the United States are offering stem cell treatments. Clinics like the Lung Institute extract stem cells from the patient and, after separating, washing and multiplying them, return the cells either intravenously or through a nebulizar. In the case of patients with lung disease, it is common for most of them to feel an improvement in quality of life in under 6 months. The stem cells seek out the damaged tissue in the patient’s body and try to regrow healthy cells in their place. Typically, the result is better lung functioning and easier breathing.

The Lung Institute in Tennessee and Florida

The Lung Institute is a leading global provider of innovative regenerative medicine technologies for the treatment of an array of debilitating lung and pulmonary conditions. We are committed to an individualized patient-centric approach, which consistently provides the highest quality of care and produces positive outcomes. By applying modern-day best practices to the growing field of regenerative medicine, the Lung Institute is improving lives.

Our office in Tennessee is located just outside of Nashville in Franklin. The clinic includes facilities to treat people suffering from lung disease with stem cells from their own body. The treatment usually takes three days and is minimally invasive. Most of our patients ravel to Tennessee to receive the treatment and enjoy their free time with the sites and culture that Nashville has to offer.

The Lung Institute also operates a clinic in Tampa, Florida. Patients that choose to visit Florida for their medical treatments enjoy the proximity of the clinic to the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Also, during the cold winter months, many patients choose Tampa as the location for their stem cell treatment as a short retreat from the snowy northern states.

If you or a loved one is looking for stem cell treatments for lung disease in Tennessee, the Lung Institute in Tampa can help. Contact one of our Personal Care Coordinators for a free consultation or call (800) 729-3065.

* All treatments performed at Lung Institute utilize autologous stem cells, meaning those derived from a patient's own body. No fetal or embryonic stem cells are utilized in Lung Institute's procedures. Lung Institute aims to improve patients' quality of life and help them breathe easier through the use of autologous stem cell therapy. To learn more about how stem cells work for lung disease, click here.

All claims made regarding the efficacy of Lung Institute's treatments as they pertain to pulmonary conditions are based solely on anecdotal support collected by Lung Institute. Individual conditions, treatment and outcomes may vary and are not necessarily indicative of future results. Testimonial participation is voluntary. Lung Institute does not pay for or script patient testimonials.

Under current FDA guidelines and regulations 1271.10 and 1271.15, the Lung Institute complies with all necessary requirements for operation. Any individual who accesses Lung Institute's website for information is encouraged to speak with his or her primary physician for treatment suggestions and conclusive evidence. All information on this site should be used for educational and informational use only.