Cellular Therapy (PRP-PC) for Chronic Lung Disease

The Lung Health Institute uses regenerative cellular therapy (PRP-PC) to treat chronic lung disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Many of these conditions have no cure, but certain treatments can help patients Breathe Easier™. Cellular therapy has allowed many people with chronic pulmonary conditions to improve their quality of life.

Cellular therapy (platelet-rich plasma platelet-concentrate (PRP-PC))

When patients receive cellular therapy (PRP-PC), a sample of the patient’s own blood is taken for the cells to be separated and isolated. Concentrated cells are then returned into the bloodstream. This may repair damaged tissue and reduce inflammation, allowing patients to Breathe Easier™, which can improve their quality of life.

Three cellular therapy (PRP-PC) treatment options:

Day 1: Patient intake and cellular therapy treatment.

Day 2: Continued cellular therapy treatment.

This treatment is designed to optimize results and compound the benefits of cellular therapy. Return to the Lung Health Institute clinic 90 days after your first Lung Restoration Treatment™ to repeat steps from days 1 and 2.

A subsequent cellular therapy may help build upon your initial treatment success and maintain your progress while slowing the progression of your condition. (Options 1 or 2 have to be completed first).

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The Pulmonary Trap method is key to the effectiveness of our Lung Restoration Treatment. The “pulmonary first-pass effect,” is when the body carries fluid that is administered through an IV directly to the heart and the lungs.

Our Pulmonary Trap method works with the natural flow of the body to ensure that the platelet-rich solution reaches the lungs quickly so it can start the process of helping to reduce inflammation. In fact, 91.6%* of our COPD patients report an improvement in quality of life within the first three months of treatment.

Speak with a patient coordinator today to learn more about lung disease treatments. Call (866) 681-7852

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Every day the Lung Health Institute is changing people’s lives. Our duty and obligation is to help our patients, and we know we are doing something special for them. We measure our success by our patients’ success and their satisfaction with our services and the care they receive from our dedicated staff.


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