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The Lung Institute was founded with the goal of improving the lives of patients who suffer from chronic lung diseases like interstitial lung disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pulmonary fibrosis. Those who suffer from these diseases can have dramatically impaired lives, both mentally and physically.
Until the founding of the Lung Institute, treatments for lung diseases usually came with negative side effects that aimed at simply relieving the symptoms. Those treatments typically didn’t work to slow to progression of the disease. With a lack of available treatments, the Lung Institute began developing their innovative stem cell therapy in order to affect more than the patients’ symptoms.
Their personalized treatment options focus on a patient’s current condition and medical history to help give them the best treatment possible. The Lung Institute uses the tremendous technology of stem cells to promote natural healing inside the patient. First, stem cells are removed from the patient’s bone marrow or blood. They then take the stem cells and reintroduce them into the patient. When stem cells are reintroduced into the body through an IV, they stop to rest in the lungs, making it a perfect treatment for lung diseases. While they sit in the lungs, the stem cells promote spectacular inflammation reduction and natural healing. Read more on lunginstitute.com.
Venous stem cell treatments are less invasive and are more focused on hematopoietic stem cells. This process is typically less painful than bone marrow procedures and usually happens over the course of three days. Bone marrow treatments usually take place in two parts, over the course of three days. While these treatments may be more uncomfortable and require more recovery time, bone marrow does contain a larger number of adult stem cells and have a much higher success rate.
Senior Medical Director Jack Coleman is an accomplished medical professional who is passionate about helping patients. The Lung Institute is located in five areas around the country. These locations are Dallas, Texas, Tampa, Florida, Nashville, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Scottsdale, Arizona. They also offer free consultations and patient coordinators that walk patients through every step of the process, from qualification, to treatments and recovery. For more info, visit the Lung Institute’s Facebook page and website at https://lunginstitute.com/.