Treating Lung Diseases at Stem Cell Therapy Boise

Regenerative stem cell therapies can regenerate into tissue of respective organs, creating healthy tissue.

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy refers to a state-of-the-art, non-surgical procedure in which a certified provider can inject stem cells into different areas of the body. Since stem cells are undifferentiated, they can regenerate into tissue of respective organs, creating healthy tissue and promoting damaged or diseased organs to help better manage symptoms.

Why Consider Stem Cell Therapy for Lung Diseases?

  • Stem cell therapy is efficient compared to a lifetime supply of drugs used to manage and suppress a lung disease.
  • The procedure can greatly improve the quality of life for those living with a lung disease.
  • Stem cell therapy is more affordable than other treatments and avoids surgery including lung transplant.
  • Over the years, some lung diseases have been treatable while others have not. Stem cell therapy brings hope to patients with diagnosed lung diseases by offering an effective alternative form of treatment to manage their symptoms.
  • Our therapies are non-invasive, do not require anesthesia and take the same amount of time as a traditional office visit.
  • As we age so do our stem cells. Our office utilizes only young and new stem cells harvested from umbilical cord and placenta tissue.

Non-Surgical Stem Cell Therapy

Amazingly, people suffering with lung diseases can now experience improvement in the quality of their lives using non-invasive, non-surgical treatment through stem cell therapy. Our team creates individualized treatments and care. We prepare your system to receive the treatment and provide support and encouragement after your treatment.

Lung Diseases that Stem-Cell Therapy Can Treat

We can help people with the following lung diseases breathe easier by repairing lung tissue through the use of stem cell therapy:

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a group of inflammatory lung diseases including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and refractory asthma. The leading cause of COPD is smoking but it can also be caused by breathing toxic chemicals. Symptoms common to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are difficulty breathing, wheezing, excessive mucus, and a chronic cough.

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)

This is a type of chronic lung disease in which the lungs become scarred and make it hard to take in enough oxygen. It is not known what causes the scarring known as Fibrosis. Generally, the symptoms start with a dry cough and breathlessness and increase to where a crackle can be heard when breathing. It can lead to heart attack and stroke if untreated.

Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD)

Tissue around the air sacs in the lungs is known as interstitium. With Interstitial Lung Disease, the interstitium is scarred over time making in difficult to breathe even while at rest. Exposure to asbestos/coal dust and rheumatoid arthritis are risk factors in developing ILD.


When triggered by an allergen, the airways of someone with asthma become constricted and filled with mucus making it difficult for them to breathe. Symptoms can also include tightness of the chest, coughing and wheezing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is stem-cell therapy effective for treating lung diseases?

Yes, stem-cell therapy is helpful symptomatically to maintain a better lifestyle. Our patients can testify that their conditions have been easier to deal with after therapy. It can also be helpful with hundreds of other medical disease and conditions including: pain & injuries, anti-aging, male vitality, female rejuvenation, orthopedic conditions, lung diseases, neurological diseases, and autoimmune diseases.

Do I have to undergo a surgical procedure for the treatment?

Stem Cell Therapy Boise, The Thompson Stem Cell Clinic offers stem cell therapy that is non-surgical and non-invasive. Our treatment relies on injecting stem cells at the recommended site. A topical cream can be applied to help alleviate any discomfort.

How long does the procedure take?

A stem cell therapy session for lung diseases takes no longer than a traditional doctor visit; typically, 40-60 minutes per session

Is it safe?

Yes, stem cell therapy treatment is safe and helpful treatment if you visit health institutions that are certified with knowledge and education of proper procedures. There are no known ill side effects, allergic reactions or risk of rejection when the procedure is performed by an expert. Choose your service provider wisely. Research and consider the testimonials from other patients.

Dr. Sandra Thompson, of Stem Cell Therapy Boise, The Thompson Stem Cell Clinic, is a board-certified anesthesiologist, on staff with St. Lukes and St. Alphonsus, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.


Stem cell therapy is a popular concept in our modern medical setting. It is helpful in managing symptoms for lung diseases. It is a preferred procedure for those who have previously used treatments that are hard to manage, unsuccessful and expensive. We are here for you, and we strive to ensure that we not only improve your quality of life but also create awareness of the available alternatives. Reach out to us anytime via our customer care for assistance.

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Monday: 8am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: Closed

We provide a variety of non-surgical, stem cell therapy treatments for patients with chronic pain, injuries, anti-aging needs, male vitality and female rejuvenation.



Dr. Sandra Thompson will assess the specific injury and makes a customized plan. Stem Cell Therapy Boise uses regenerative products  that have the ability to reduce inflammation, repair muscles, ligaments and cartilage in body, reduce the pain and speed up the healing process.