Respiratory Conditions/Asthma

Why Get Treatment for Respiratory Conditions?

The prevalence of respiratory conditions varies based on several external and internal factors. Something as Studies conducted in 2016 concluded that approximately 8.4% of the American population suffers from Asthma and more than 16 million American’s living with COPD.

The team of experts at Cords of Revitalization treat respiratory conditions with stem cell therapy solutions. Asthma and COPD can greatly limit your physical capabilities and incidentally, affect your quality of life. Stem cell therapy aims to reverse the damage done to your lungs and relieve inflammation, ultimately restoring your breathing capacity.


COPD is a common condition that mainly affects middle-aged or older adults who smoke. Many people do not realize they have it.  The breathing problems tend to get gradually worse over time and can limit your normal activities, although treatment can help keep the condition under control. The main issues associated with COPD include:

Emphysema – damage to the air sacs in the lungs

Chronic bronchitis – long-term inflammation of the airways

Symptoms of COPD

  • Increasing breathlessness, particularly when you’re active
  • Persistent cough with phlegm –often mistaken as a “smoker’s cough”
  • Prone to lung infections
  • Chronic wheezing

Without treatment, the symptoms usually get progressively worse, although sporadic episodes may occur which bring on more aggressive symptoms.

Respiratory Condition Treatment in Mexicali, Mexico

If you have suffered from chronic respiratory issues or have noticed breathing issues that you are concerned may develop into one, reach out to the specialists at the Cords of Revitalization clinic today to arrange a consultation! Our team of experts can assess your condition and determine the best therapy for you! Call our office or schedule a consultation online today!


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