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COPD AND ADULT STEM CELL TREATMENT

COPD TREATMENT OPTIONS ATLANTA
ATLANTA STEM CELL TREATMENT CENTER OFFERS INNOVATIVE TREATMENTS FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM COPD
ASK US ABOUT AMNION!
Alanta Stem Cell Treatment Center is an extension of Aesthetic Body Sculpture Clinic & Center for Anti-Aging, located in Buckhead Atlanta. We understand that while aging the the effectiveness of our “Growth Factors” found in our Stem Cells, goes down. This is the reason we now offer Amnion!
Amnion is FDA approved.
“Growth Factors” have the ability to heal and regenerate new cells within our body.
Amnion has a tremendous amount of “Growth Factors,” and is not effected by your age.

Dr. Monte Slater and Team believe in educating their potential patients and offer stem cell treatment for many chronic diseases. COPD is a widely spread chronic lung disease and Adult Stem Cell Treatment is now being  offered by Aesthetic Body Sculpture Clinic  of Buckhead/Atlanta. Though each individual case is unique and brings challenges, Atlanta Stem Cell Treatment Center’s staff has witnessed several patient improve with treatment.

Dr. Monte Slater has over 28 years of experience as a board certified physician. He is NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS for Adult Stem Cell Treatment. Though there is a lot of controversy around stem cell treatment in general, and also a lack of understanding,  Dr. Slater and Team practice good medicine, Dr. Slater will educate and decide if treatment via Adult Stem Cells is an option for you. Celebrities have long been using their own Stem Cells for Anti-Aging. Finally this procedure is available to all individuals seeking alternative treatment options for Anti-Aging and chronic diseases.

Not everyone is the ideal patient for this treatment and Dr. Slater will determine based on each individual’s medical history and other medical factors, if you are an ideal candidate.

WHAT IS CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD)?

COPD and Your Lungs

Healthy air sacs in the lungs are elastic-like balloons. They stretch when filled with air, then return to their original shape when the air is released. This helps to retain the normal structure of the lungs and move air in and out quickly.

With COPD, these air sacs lose their elasticity, no longer returning to their original shape. Airways—the tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs—become swollen. An increase in mucus production can narrow airways, and hinder the movement of cilia, small hair-like structures that help expel dirt and other irritants from the airway. Swollen airways are partially blocked, making it even harder to get air out of the lungs.

COPD is a progressive disease, which means your symptoms may get worse over time. But we can set up a Stem Cell treatment  to help reduce your symptoms, and help you breathe more freely.

The answers o these complex problems may be in the activation and mobilization of the COPD patient’s own adult stem cells.

COPD is irreversible because it constantly interferes with the chemical signals necessary for the adult stem cell healing system to do its work. COPD is progressive because in many heavy smokers the inflammation becomes entwined within the mechanisms of the immune system. In other words COPD can be viewed as an autoimmune disease, in which the patient’s own immune system perpetuates the inflammation and lung damage even after the smoking irritants and toxins are removed. The progression of lung cell damage and cell death continues, and the interference in the adult stem cell healing system continues in the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease process.

It’s been demonstrated and reported in peer reviewed medical research that COPD disrupts the bone marrow adult stem cell healing process. It’s also been demonstrated that COPD suppresses the production and mobilization of adult stem cells from the bone marrow. This is evidenced by the fact that COPD patients have fewer healthy adult stem cells in their blood compared to those that do not have the disease. Even the adult stem cells that COPD patients do have are less capable of producing the lung cells needed for lung tissue cell replacement.

The answers to these complex problems may be in the activation and mobilization of the COPD patient’s own adult stem cells derived from adipose tissue. Of course the results vary and Dr. Slater prefers to work with patients in the beginning stages of COPD. Advanced cases of COPD often do not respond to Adult Stem Cell Treatment. Amnion Treatment might be an option for advanced cases.