The Lung Institute – Performs Outpatient Stem Cell Therapy To Improve Patients Health

What Will Stem Cell Therapy Do?

Stem Cell Therapy treats breathing disorders such as COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, Interstitial Lung Disease, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Bronchiectasis, and Pneumoconiosis. It will not cure the breathing disorders, but it can improve the illness and improve the quality of life with the disease. TO read more, check out’s article on COPD.

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Also known as Blood (Venous) Treatment where the blood is intravenously removed from the patient. The cells are then separated, treated, and returned intravenously to the patient. According to PR Web, the other way of utilizing a process using stem cells is via bone marrow. The cells are also removed from the bone marrow and treated. The method using blood intravenously removed is less invasive and less stressful on the patient’s system.

How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

When the blood is intravenously returned to the patient through the right side of the heart the stem cells immediately begin to reproduce healthy new stem cells within two heartbeats. The blood begins its re-entry into the patient’s bloodstream, leaving the heart, entering the pulmonary system where new stem cells are created, reproducing new stem cells and leaving the pulmonary system and re-entering the bloodstream loaded with oxygenated blood distributing healthy cells throughout the body.

This process takes approximately 3-days as an outpatient. On the second day the patient is monitored in the hospital as an outpatient and generally released from treatment go home on the third day.

How Can Someone Get Help With Chronic Lung Disease?

Contact their physician and discuss the Lung Institute Therapy with their specialist. Contact the Lung Institute directly at 800-729-3065. The Lung Institute is also holding various seminar events at facilities near their treatment centers. Check their website for a calendar of their seminars.

You may also schedule an appointment with the Lung Institute directly for a free consultation and assessment.