The Lung Institute is helping people and families breath better during any health crisis that may emerge during everyday life. Let’s face it, when you can’t breathe properly it can be a stressful and challenging time for you and your family. The last thing you want to worry about is potential side effects, bills, and a host of other complications. The Lung Institute was founded to improve the quality of life for those suffering with COPD (http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/33635903/copd-patients-are-saying-yes-to-stem-cells-at-the-lung-institute-in-tampa) and other lung diseases to help people return to a normal way of life. They use less invasive procedures that do not put those in pain or discomfort for long periods of time.
The Lung Institute has facilities located across the United States in locations such as Tampa,FL, Scottsdale, AZ, Dallas,TX, Nashville, TN, and Pittsburgh,PA among other places. According to an article on cedars-sinai, they have trained doctors such as Dr. Jack Coleman who has presented research on stem cell therapy at an international congress in Italy. The company also has other great doctors such as Dr. Sreedevi Marakatham and Dr. Michael Perry based out of the Dallas and Tampa clinic sites respectively. The organization has treated over 3,000 patients to date.
The stem cell therapy uses the patients own cells to stimulate the body’s own healing properties by itself. This allows the doctor and/or research to see the symptoms clearly and make better defined action plans to deal with COPD and other chronic diseases. According to lifestylesafter50.com, the purpose of this therapy is not to be a “bandaid fix by just addressing the symptoms but also to understand the causes of the disease to be proactive in planning for it in the near future. The organization offers free consultations to get you started on the path to ward breathing free and easier than ever before! Imagine living a life walking and breathing free and easy without getting tired all the time, discover the possibilities for yourself. For more info, visit the Lung Institute website.