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Can COPD be reversed? Luckily, the answer is yes: stem cell therapy can reverse some of the effects of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) by regenerating the damaged tissues. Those who struggle with the labored breathing and chronic cough have long sought methods to repair the lung damage that prevents them from living the life they want to live.

Emphysema Come take this opportunity to explore whether the stem cell therapies we offer here can open the doors to a more active, comfortable future in which you can breathe easy. Our doctors can determine which therapy would be most likely to bring you the freedom that drawing unlabored breaths can bring you.

Individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease usually experience the following symptoms:

  • Breathing Difficulty
  • Cough
  • Mucus/ Sputum Production
  • Wheezing
  • Chest Tightness
  • Blue lips or fingernail beds
  • Respiratory Infections
  • Loss of Energy
  • Weight Loss
  • Ankle, feet or leg swelling

Everyone would love to be able to run and play and go about their days with their lungs easily deeply filled, or exercise the way they were once able to. Once you have taken control of habits that contribute to COPD, such as smoking, it can be frustrating when you don’t see improvement in other areas that would make it easier to breathe. There are COPD treatments out there, but many of them involve expensive pharmaceutical approaches just to get you back on track toward the active lifestyle you once had. Stem cell therapy can address these issues in a much more natural way and bring you the relief you seek.

Stem Cell Thearpy For COPD

Stem Cell Therapy for COPD

Once you have rehabbed your body and your habits and are getting proper exercise, your heart is much more able to help the lungs function. However, this does nothing to repair or replace the damaged alveolar sacs, the structures that capture and process the oxygen in your lungs. When stem cells are introduced into the affected damaged areas, this renewal is possible. The peptides and cytokines and other growth factors found in and generated by the stem cells can spur tissue regeneration in the lungs, helping to alleviate the causes of labored breathing instead of simply addressing COPD symptoms.

If the tissues are repaired, the breathing can be restored to a point where you are able to live a life much less restricted by a constant battle for oxygen. While stem cell therapy cannot completely cure COPD, it can reduce the severity of its effects, allowing you to climb stairs, hold your grandchildren, and do all those things you have been sitting out.


What is emphysema, and what can be done about it, other than stopping bad habits and becoming tethered to an oxygen tank? Once the air sacs are damaged, the emphysema symptoms begin to limit every part of your life. We are familiar with the chronic cough and other aspects of the emphysema definition including reliance of oxygen tanks for simply making it through the day. All of us, after we have addressed the habits that exacerbate these effects, would like to be able to exercise, run and go about our days free to be able to do whatever we want and exert ourselves as fully as possible.

Stem cell therapy can introduce the necessary growth factors to restore the full function of the alveolar sacs. Instead of simply stimulating them and their functions with chemicals and medications, our professionals can introduce a natural solution in your body by injecting stem cells with their proactive cytokines and proteins to spark the regrowth of the affected tissues. Once the air sacs have been renewed, it is possible for them to function at levels before the damage, holding and using the oxygen that allows you to move like a younger, healthier version of yourself. Imagine climbing stairs and carrying your children, grandchildren, or simply the groceries free of COPD.

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