Lung Institute is a world class facility offering high-quality health services to those suffering from chronic lung diseases. At the Institute, patients with chronic respiratory diseases are treated to elevate the quality of their lives. Stem cell therapy is aimed at enhance treatment to lung illnesses without disturbing other tissues. Cell transplant process triggers a natural body healing process. Use of revolutionary therapies enabled the Institute to gain a global recognition and treatment that is safe and quality. The expert physicians offer the patient’s treatments customized to fit their situation.
Our skilled physicians have a vast knowledge and expertise enabling them to gain recognition globally in stem cells therapies. Thorough screening of the patient is done while putting into consideration the Patient’s medical history and current conditions to ensure the best treatment results possible. We establish a stem cell and the platelet-rich plasma to bring about a healing of the damaged body tissues.
In a report published by lifestylesafter50, the Lung Institute doctor, Jack Coleman Jr., presented advantages of using stem cell and platelet rich plasma therapies at the Third International Congress in Italy. The event was held to discuss the use of stem cells for treating chronic lung ailments today and in future. However, new technologies such as stem cell therapy are facing threats from the new medicine. Stem cell technology is a game changer and has changed the way chronic lung diseases are done. Unlike the traditional forms of chronic lung infection treatment, stem cell therapy is holistic and efficient.
At the facility, we do stem transplant using patient’s stem cells and platelet-rich plasma to bring about the healing of the damaged tissues. Outpatients’ stem cell therapy is customized to improve patients’ quality of life and help them breathe easily. The stem cell therapy uses maintenance characteristics of stem cells to bring about healing in the body. People with chronic lung infections are weak and have to walk with oxygen to help in breathing, thus cannot enjoy their favorite activities. There are various treatment options accessible and if you are interested, please contact the patient coordinators and schedule a free consultation.