Lung Institute provides exemplary lung diseases treatment services to all patients even if they have different stories of how they became ill. We examine patients thoroughly by focusing on their medical history and the current condition. We utilize Natural maintenance ability of stem cells to get the best treatment for patients. Stem cells that have undergone treatment are introduced into the body where they ultimately rest in the lungs, hasten healing and reduce inflammation. Taking all patients equally and offering quality treatment regardless of their background information help in effective treatment.
Physicians in Lung Institute have a vast knowledge that enables them to gain global recognition for effective treatment of chronic lung diseases. The doctors successfully apply a treatment that is revolutionary and does not disturb the stem cells. Doctors establish experience with patients, provide high patient safety and quality healthcare. The Institute do stem cell transplant by using and the platelet-rich plasma therapy to enhance healing of the damaged tissue. Stem cell therapy done to the outpatients improve their quality of life.
The recent presentation by the Lung Institute doctor, Jack Coleman, Jr., depict that the Institute does extensive research before adopting any new method of treatment. The event held in Italy aimed to explain how stem cells are used in treatment today and its ability to be applied tomorrow. Stem cell therapy has many advantages over other methods of treatment such as using medications. Any alternative form of treatment proves not only to be cumbersome but also costly and hinder the process of healing. You can read more at lifestylesafter50.com about stem cell research.
Individuals with chronic lung ailments find it daunting to enjoy their preferred activities or spend time with people. However, Lung Institute would help you get back to your favorite activities. Some patients with chronic asthma cannot participate in activities of the family or enjoy doing their preferred activities because they have to walk around with oxygen and other paraphernalia. It would be important to note that after treatment, you no longer need the oxygen or walker. There is plenty of treatment options available, but if you want to find out more, please contact the patient’s coordinators and schedule a consultation. Or visit us at https://www.facebook.com/LungInstitute/.