Stem Cell therapy for Asthma

A person's airways become inflamed, narrow and produce larger amounts of mucus than normal, making breathing difficult.

Stem cell treatment for asthma

During an asthma episode, the airways become swollen, inflamed, and narrow, leading to difficulty in breathing. This condition can also result in the production of excessive mucus (phlegm), further complicating breathing.

Stem cell therapy not only reduces the frequency and intensity of asthma episodes but also offers relief from symptoms associated with this and other respiratory diseases, ultimately enhancing the overall quality of life.

At Stemlife Clinic, we customize treatment plans to meet each individual´s unique needs and goals, ensuring a personalized protocol designed to address their specific requirements.

Stem cell therapy has shown to notably enhance lung function and is conducted at our center’s modern facilities. Our expert medical team assists patients in a secure and comfortable environment, guaranteeing the efficient implementation of the prescribed treatment.

After your therapy, we will continue to keep track of your progress through a series of video call sessions that will allow us to evaluate your improvement and address any questions you may have after.

What is asthma?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition characterized by the increased sensitivity of the lung airways to allergens, triggering an allergic response. While asthma can develop at any age, it typically manifests in childhood due to allergic triggers that result in airway inflammation, constriction, and the potential overproduction of mucus (phlegm), potentially leading to airway constriction.

Currently, asthma treatment options can control inflammatory processes and reduce symptoms. However, immune treatments carry risks and side effects, in addition, they do not have any modulatory effects on the patient’s immune response.

Wharton’s jelly mesenchymal stem cells naturally possess immuno-modulatory properties that play a crucial role in reducing asthma episodes in the long term. Moreover, their regenerative abilities support the restoration of the lung lining, leading to a progressive improvement in lung function over time.

Who can receive stem cell treatment for asthma?

Children, young people, and adults with immunological diseases who have not responded well to conventional treatment, who have other conditions or who seek to improve their quality of life.

 Book an appointment at Stem Life Clinic to consult with our specialists for a comprehensive assessment to determine your suitability for a potential stem cell transplant.


Keep yourself healthy and informed.

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