If you have COPD or emphysema, or any number of other lung and breathing disorders, you know what it’s like to be unable to breathe normally. You might have an oxygen concentrator, and you depend on that for doing things around the house. It’s your life line, and you can go just about as far as the tube goes. No farther, though. Until, of course, it runs out. You take your nebulizing treatments on time, and you take your medicines and do the breathing exercises. Your day is generally spent coping with a breathing disorder, and life itself looks fairly dismal compared to what it did just a short time ago. Going for a walk is very difficult; going for a jog is out of the question. You have likely been told or heard that there is no medication or treatment that will make it get any better.
Now, there is a treatment that offers hope and a new lease on life. The Lung Institute has developed stem cell replacement therapy for those with COPD and other lung disorders. It is a basically non-invasive procedure involving the removal of stem cells from your own body’s blood or fatty tissue, and replacing them where they need to be to insure growing new lung cells. The stem cells will replace and renew those damaged lung cells, allowing you to go on that walk or even jog, and move around the house — without the oxygen bottle or tube. The procedure is non-invasive, and the stem cells are your own stem cells, not those from a donor.
You owe it to yourself and your lungs to take a deep breath and give the Lung Institute a call today.