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Lung Restoration Treatment Plus™

Our cellular therapy stands on its own. With numerous studies and publications that prove the effectiveness of our treatments to help reduce inflammation in the lungs, our cellular therapy has helped many patients regain their quality of life.

As any patient who has a chronic lung disease knows, these conditions are often progressive. So while one person may be able to see a permanent increase in their quality of life after one treatment, other patients with more progressive forms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema and chronic bronchitis may need an extra treatment to help maintain their newly restored lung function.

That’s where our Lung Restoration Treatment Plus™ comes in. For more progressive cases of chronic lung diseases, this extra treatment scheduled three months after your initial treatment can help ensure that you can continue to Breathing Easier™.

Why should you schedule your Lung Restoration Treatment Plus™ initially?

One question we often receive from patients about our Lung Restoration Treatment Plus™ is “why should I schedule this treatment initially? Can’t I just wait and see how I am doing after my first Lung Restoration Treatment™?”

The answer to this is yes, of course. Patients can always choose to wait until after they’ve undergone their first cellular therapy to determine if the additional treatment three months later is necessary. However, there are a couple advantages to scheduling both treatments initially.

Advantage 1

Our doctors have dedicated their careers to studying progressive lung conditions. Because of this, they are often able to identify whether or not a patient will benefit from a second round based on the level of progression of your condition. For example, someone who has only lost 30% of their lung capacity may only be recommended for one round of cellular therapy treatment, while someone who has lost 70% of their lung capacity may be recommended to come back in three months for an additional treatment to help ensure the tissue in the lungs don’t become inflamed again.

Advantage 2

It is also more cost effective for patients to schedule both treatments initially. If you’re investing the time and money into restoring your quality of life, you want to make sure that the relief you gain from our treatment lasts. For patients with more progressive conditions, that may mean investing in two treatments initially.


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How Lung Restoration Treatment™ Works
A small blood sample is taken from the patient.
The cells needed to create the PRP-PC are separated from other cells within the sample.
The concentrated cells are returned into the bloodstream through an IV and follow the natural flow of fluids within the body.
The heart naturally sends the concentrated cells directly to the lungs.
The concentrated cells are naturally caught in the Pulmonary TrapTM where they may begin to promote healing in the lungs.

How Does the PULMONARY TRAP™ Method Play into this Treatment?

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.

When our clinicians administer the platelet-rich solution into a patient through an IV, it goes directly to the patient’s heart and then into the lungs, which is exactly the area of the body we are targeting to reduce inflammation.

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 COPDpatients report an improvement in quality of life within the first three months of treatment.

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