91.6% of Our COPD Patients Find Improvement After Cellular Therapy
Being diagnosed with a chronic, progressive lung condition can be a little scary, and trying to find treatment for that condition can be daunting. There are many treatment options available, such as medication and oxygen therapy. While these treatments aim to reduce the symptoms of the condition, they don’t always make a patient’s quality of life better. This is especially true with oxygen therapy since a patient is often required to carry oxygen tanks at all times.
At the Lung Health Institute, we not only focus on helping to reduce the symptoms of chronic lung conditions, such as COPD, chronic bronchitis and many others, we also focus on improving our patients’ quality of life. Many patients report reducing (and sometimes eliminating) the need for oxygen treatment and medication after receiving our cellular therapy. In fact, 91.6% of our patients diagnosed with COPD report positive outcomes within 3 months after receiving cellular therapy from Lung Health Institute.
Where did we get that number?
Great question! At Lung Health Institute, we believe in transparency between patients and doctors, which is why we empower our patients with knowledge about our treatments and outcomes.
We have determined that 91.6% of our patients have positive outcomes after cellular therapy by conducting a study of 2,008 COPD patients. These patients were given a Clinical COPD Questionnaire (CCQ), which asked patients to rate their perceived quality of life on a scale of 0-6. 3 months after receiving treatment, patients were given the same Clinical COPD Questionnaire and asked to rate their current perceived quality of life on a scale of 0-6.
Of the 2,008 COPD patients treated, 91.6% of them reported a positive outcome 3 months after treatment.
It’s time for you to get back to the life you enjoy.
91.6% of our COPD patients have positive outcomes after receiving our cellular therapy, and we can help you find that, too. If you’re ready to take the next step toward Breathing Easier, contact our team at the Lung Health Institute today and ask about our treatment for chronic lung conditions. You can also talk to one of our previous patients and learn more about their first-hand experience with our treatment.