Cell Treatment Arizona
Looking for Cellular Therapy in Arizona
People that suffer from chronic lung disease are often looking for new, alternative treatment options for their disease. Given the progressive nature and the fact that most lung diseases have no cure, the standard treatment for the disease is often not satisfactory for patients. With symptoms that keep sufferers on constant supplemental oxygen or confined to their homes, it is no wonder patients are seeking options outside of waiting and watching their disease get worse. Cellular therapy offers an option that many patients are seeking: a simple way to get their life back within reach. In Scottsdale, you can find cellular therapy Arizona.
Cellular Therapy Basics
Cells are the building blocks of life; they are essential to every living organism. They are able to self-renew and replicate—with the ability to form every type of tissue or organ in the body. Adult cells from one organ are able to create tissue for another organ; this is called plasticity. This is key to their function in regenerative medicine.
Cellular Treatment in Arizona with the Lung Institute
The Lung Institute offers cellular therapys for many of the major pulmonary conditions, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), emphysema, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary fibrosis and interstitial lung disease. The cells used by the Lung Institute are autologous, which means they come from the patient’s own body. The cells are extracted from bone marrow or the patient’s blood (venous) depending on the patient’s current condition and health history. Adult cells have the capacity to form many types of differentiated cells, so when the cells are returned to the patient, they will target the damaged tissue, which leads to improved lung function in patients with a chronic lung disease. Our minimally invasive, outpatient stem cell procedures are changing lives by helping patients breathe easier.
Our Scottsdale, Arizona clinic has been treating patients seeking a new way to fight lung disease. The surrounding areas offer a large number of entertainment and historical sites. Whether you are interested in catching a spring training baseball game or visiting the Grand Canyon, there are plenty of ways to turn your medical trip to Arizona into a relaxing vacation.
If you or a loved one is interested in a new way to fight lung disease in Arizona, check out the Lung Institute in Scottsdale. We can help you get your life back and breathe easier. Contact us by calling (800) 729-3065.