The Lung Institute Provides Innovative Pulmonary Stem Cell Treatments

Essential for the human body to function properly, stem cells serve as the foundation for life. Self-replicating and renewable, stem cells are instrumental in tissue creation throughout the body.

The Lung Institute is an innovator in pulmonary stem cell therapy. Based in Tampa, Florida, the Lung Institute is the leading institution for stem cell research. Patients throughout the United States and around the world come to the Lung Institute for this miraculous therapy. Patient testimonials show stem cell therapy is effective in promoting healing.

For pulmonary diseases, the Lung Institute extracts autologous stem cells from a patient’s body. The autologous stem cells can come from either the patient’s own blood or bone marrow.Stem cell treatment involves three stages:

  • To harvest stem cells, removal of a minute bone marrow or blood specimen
  • Stem cell specimens separation from each other
  • Concentrated stem cells injected back into the bloodstream

The concentrated stems, once in the bloodstream, circulate throughout the body but tend to pool in the lungs. This collection of stem cells starts to rehabilitate and restore lung tissue.

PR Web explains stem cell therapy treats many pulmonary conditions such as; emphysema, asthma, COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, interstitial lung disease and bronchiolitis. For individuals interested in stem cell therapy at the Lung Institute, contact information of prior stem cell therapy patients is provided. Prospective patients can call these individuals to discuss their experience at the Lung Institute and its effectiveness. Posted online reviews indicate a positive experience with stem cell treatments. More information on COPD and other lung diseases available at

As an alternative treatment, stem cell treatments do not fall under the coverage provided by traditional medical insurance companies. Stem cell therapy runs in the neighborhood of $7000 to $10,000 per treatment.

More information about the innovative, pulmonary stem cell treatments at the Lung is available at their website, or on Facebook.