Stem Cell Therapy:
Allergies and Respiratory Conditions in Children
Allergies and respiratory conditions such as asthma are a prevalent problem
in America. In children these problems are especially destructive. Their small,
developing bodies aren’t always strong enough to deal with the damage
caused by allergies and respiratory conditions, and these disorders seriously
deteriorate their quality of life. It’s hard to watch your child miss
out on the fun of childhood because they can’t participate in certain
activities due to allergies or respiratory conditions.
Allergies are a dysfunction of the immune system. The immune system mistakenly
decides that a specific substance (called an allergen) is harmful and attacks
that substance. Allergens include foods, pollen, pet dander, and latex.
If the child with an allergy comes into contact with the allergen, they
experience symptoms such as runny nose, watery eyes, and a swollen throat.
These are the normal symptoms of an immune system that is fighting an offending
substance. The problem is that the substance the immune system is fighting
isn’t actually harmful. The immune system is making a mistake.
Asthma and other respiratory conditions are an inflammation of the airways
that carry air to and from the lungs. Asthmatic reactions can be very serious
and sometimes deadly, and they are often triggered by a sensitivity to
In all of these situations, the problem is ultimately occurring at a cellular
level. The cells that control these systems are making mistakes. Why? Their
internal maps—the coding that tells these cells how and when to perform
their jobs—are wired wrong. While there are treatments available
to help the children affected with these disorders, most of these treatments
simply mask the real problem and deal only with the symptoms. If you want
to cure the problem, you have to get down to the root of the disease: the
Stem cell therapy does exactly that, providing an answer to those suffering
with childhood allergies and respiratory conditions such as asthma.
How can stem cell therapies treat allergies and respiratory conditions
Stem cells are the building blocks for every cell in the body. While all
other cells have a specific function—skin cells perform the job of
forming skin, lung cells perform the function of the lungs—stem cells
have no specific function other than to help rebuild and heal damaged cells.
They do this by mimicking the function of whatever cells they’re
sent to heal. If there is dysfunction within the body, stem cells can be
used to rewire the disordered area and create newer, healthier cells that
Our cells are in a constant process of dying and being replaced. When
individual cells mutate and malfunction, they regenerate malfunctioning
cells just like themselves. These malfunctions eventually make their way
to our larger body, causing us to age or experience disease. Stem cells
are fresh new cells without mutations that reorient the affected area of
the body toward equilibrium, thus creating healing. This is an amazing
modern medical advancement that has brought hope where once there was none.
Few people know of the power of stem cell therapy, but these therapies
have been performed for years. If your child is suffering with serious
allergies and respiratory conditions, stem cell therapy can give them a
whole new life. Where once they were kept indoors or prevented from rigorous
physical activity, they can once again jump and play like any other child.
Stem cell therapy can give them a freedom they might never have known otherwise.
I can find the appropriate stem cell therapy to treat your child’s
allergies or respiratory condition through my extensive network of doctors
and hospitals. I have spent years providing these answers for many who
have reached out to me for help. Let me help you find the help you seek.
Contact me today to learn more about exactly how stem cell therapy can
give your child their health, happiness and freedom once again.
For more information on how stem cell therapies can help
you in recovering from a serious degenerative condition, please contact Jim
Cohan & Associates at 818-504-2318.