When it comes to your health, you always want to look for the best health care around. The Lung Institute anyone with chronic lung conditions should look into. There are several locations throughout the nation. These locations include Tampa, Scottsdale, Nashville, Pittsburgh, and Dallas.
What makes the Lung Institute different than other facilities is that they use stem cell therapy. One thing that many patients love about this is that the stem cells used will come from the patients own body. BCM.edu says this is great news to those suffering with chronic conditions because it takes out the controversy and is minimally invasive. Another factor to consider is that stem cells from your own body do not carry the risk of being rejected.
The Lung Institute is one of the leading facilities to help those with a number of conditions such as:
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Interstitial Lung Disease
Blood venous and bone marrow treatments are the two options offered to patients. Blood venous treatment is the preferred method as it is less invasive and painful as the bone marrow treatment. This type of treatment is the most commonly used for patients who have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
In an article by Supplement Police, in some cases the bone marrow treatment may be necessary. Bone marrow contains more stem cell than those found in the blood which makes them a more viable option to treat certain conditions. Both treatments, however, require three days for the outpatient procedure. Regardless of treatment, there are three steps to the treatments. First you will need lab work and then you’ll have your stem cells harvested. Stem cells will then be separated from all other cells in the sample. The final step is returning the stem cells into the bloodstream.
Testimonials are definitely one of the things considered when it comes to healthcare. Here you can find both reviews from other patients and there families and some tips on how to improve the air quality in your home with other relative news regarding lung health. Visit, https://twitter.com/lunginstitute?lang=en.
SWball January 11, 2017
Posted In: Stem Cell Research