If you have a chronic lung disease, like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), you may have come across the term “lung cellular therapy” while researching your condition. However, you may not know what lung cellular therapy is or how it may benefit you. Luckily, our health care team at Lung Health Institute can help you find out more about this treatment.
Our Team Knows Exactly What Lung Cellular Therapy Is
At Lung Health Institute, our team knows lung cellular therapy is a natural treatment option for patients with COPD and other chronic lung diseases. In fact, our Lung Restoration Treatment™ is a type of cellular therapy our team offers that may have several benefits for you.
Our health care team at Lung Health Institute offers cellular therapy, or platelet-rich plasma-platelet concentrate (PRP-PC), that involves five steps. First, our clinicians will fit you with an IV and harvest a small blood sample. Next, we’ll take your blood to our on-site lab to separate and concentrate platelets and other helpful cells from your blood sample. Once these concentrated cells are ready, we’ll return them to your body through the IV, and your body will naturally pump the concentrated cells through the heart and into your lungs. Finally, the cells may stay in the damaged areas of your lungs.
Our cellular therapy process may have several benefits for your lungs. For instance, it may help reduce lung tissue inflammation, and it may even help promote regeneration in your lung tissues and slow the progression of your disease. With potential benefits like these for your lungs, you may be able to Breathe Easier™ and improve your quality of life.
Other Ways Lung Health Institute Can Help You Treat Chronic Lung Disease
Cellular therapy is far from the only service our team offers that may help you treat your chronic lung disease. For instance, we offer 3 Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™, or AI2™, plans that may also help you.
Our AI2 plans offer a variety of helpful lifestyle tips that can help you to eat, exercise and sleep in ways that promote lung health. In fact, many patients who have used these plans have been able to take control of their health by boosting their immune systems and training their bodies to use fats as inflammation-fighting fuel.
Contact one of our patient coordinators today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.