Tag: Stem Cell Therapy

Modern Miracles: Stem Cell Therapy and Lung Disease

Stem cell therapy is big business. Florida is the top growth area for anti-aging clinics and new research. It appears to be the state most dedicated to the establishment of this new medical treatment. These are widely found in south Florida. The aging Florida crowd has money to fund spending new healthcare products.

Several clinics are associated with research facilities located outside of America in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Switzerland. Cutting edge results of anti-aging medicine reverse mental and physical declines associated with aging of past generations. Looking and feeling better often impact other life choices.

Florida clinics specializing in lung disease treat all types of lung disease including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, COPD, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, interstitial lung disease, severely punctured lungs, trauma injuries in the lung area, and chronic low lung function due to smoke inhalation from fire or paint fumes. Local stem cells injections can improve lung function, restore bronchi, and increase oxygenation in the body. It may be possible to recreate missing areas of the lung in the future. These modern medical miracles require multiple treatments and benefit from good nutritional and vitamin protocols.

There is a wonderful lung clinic in Sarasota, The Trinity Stem Cell Institute in Odessa is another great location for this medical miracle. Tampa Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine offers stem cell treatment for spine and skeletal injuries. Stemedix, Inc. is a Florida based Stem Cell Therapy center in St Petersburg which treats multiple sclerosis with this therapy.

All injections must be screened for factors such as blood type and diseases. Some clinics will include other medications in the injections like growth factors. It is very important to exclude stem cell injections which do not match the patient’s blood type. Adult stem cells can be obtained from the patient’s fat cells. These are washed and treated for re-injection into the patient. They are not as effective as embryonic cells.

Umbilical cords and cord blood can provide embryonic stem cells without the need for a fetus. It is also important to continue to take medications for underlying diseases and inform the doctor of any prescribed or recreational drugs take by the patient in the preceding thirty-day period.

It is very important for patients to refrain from using recreational drugs, drinking, or smoking to allow the cell colony to grow and differentiate into the appropriate organ or tissue. Choose the clinic by its specialty and stay away from one size fits all clinics. Ask about the number of patients successfully treated by the doctor and/or clinic.