Breathe Easier With Stem Cell Therapy Via the Lung Institute

The Lung Institute’s sole purpose is to improve the quality of life for people unable to comfortably breathe because of pulmonary lung disease.

What Is Pulmonary Lung Disease

Respiratory illness covers COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Emphysema, Interstitial Lung Disease and a few other lung diseases that impair the ability to breathe. People with lung disease struggle with every breath and chores and movement impair capacity to breathe normally.

Lung Institute and Stem Cell Therapy

Extracting stem cells via bone marrow is one way of harvesting stem cells and injecting the cells back into the body where they reproduce healthy cells. This process is effective, but slightly invasive and requires more time to begin working to see positive results.

Venous stem cell therapy is less invasive and provides faster results. The IV stem cell therapy process begins with a phone or personal consultation to determine if the person is a candidate for this procedure. More information on

Then, once determined the patient is a candidate for stem cell therapy:

  • It moves to completing the proper paperwork and pulmonary function test.
  • Via an inserted IV, blood is drawn and stem cells are harvested and treated.
  • As soon as the stem cells evaluated they are returned via IV into the right chamber of the heart.
  • Within two heartbeats – the reproduction of healthy stem cells begins.
  • The blood passes from the heart into the lungs and remains captive for a short period in the pulmonary trap where the cells continue to reproduce in large numbers then leaving the lungs via the bloodstream.
  • The patient is monitored and released as an outpatient the same day, returning the next day for a second stem cell therapy procedure.
  • Again monitored and released.
  • Follow-up with the Lung Institute or the patient’s personal physician is needed to ensure the stem cell therapy continues to be a success.

The Lung Institute operates in several locations throughout the United States. You are encouraged to contact the facility nearest your residence to speak with a patient coordinator. Visit the website:

Visit their website for phone numbers, locations and additional information. You may also connect with the institute through one of the scheduled online informational events specifically designed to inform and answer many questions.

Read more about stem cell treatment on