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Pulmonary Fibrosis Related Shortness of Breath Can Be Improved
IPF (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis) is a condition in which the lung tissue becomes thickened, stiff, and scarred over a period of time. The development of the scar tissue is called fibrosis. As the lung tissue becomes scarred and thicker, the lungs lose their ability to transfer oxygen into the bloodstream. As a result, patients suffer from shortness of breath and dry coughing and patients brain and other organs do not get the oxygen they need. There is no cure according to conventional wisdom. Learn More
Many healthcare professionals have found that Pulmonary Fibrosis symptoms can be eliminated with sustained results. With their innovative treatment approaches, patients can experience symptom elimination in 2 weeks to 1 month for mild and moderate conditions.
The healthcare professionals listed here have published their case studies. You can contact them for help or contact us for doctors near you.
List of healthcare professionals who have published clinical studies and provide treatment for Pulmonary Fibrosis:
United States
Charles Lerner, MSAC/DC Bantam, 06750
Successful Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis
Herman Vega, PhD, AP, LMHC, SAP Miami Lakes, 33016
Successful Pulmonary Fibrosis Treatment
Linda Moore, AP New Port Richey, 34655
Successful Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis and Sarcoidosis
Michael Biamonte, ND, Nutritionist, CCN Dunedin, 34698
Successful Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis, Lung Infections and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Galina Semyonova, LAc New York, 10024
Successful Treatment of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Sleep Problems
Robert Schwartz, ND, LAc The Dalles, 97058
Successful Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis
Daniel Falk, DC & Kristi Falk , Health Coach Conway, 29526
Successful Reversal of Heart Failure for a Pulmonary Hypertension Patient
Brian Hess, DC Culpeper, 22701
Successful Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis