At the Asthma and Airway Center at the University of Michigan our multidisciplinary team of specialists from Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Public Health, and Patient Education work together to comprehensively treat and educate patients with all types of asthma.
Medical Services related to Women's Respiratory Clinic
The University of Michigan's dedicated lymphangioleiomyomastosis LAM Clinic is a LAM Foundation-approved clinic (the only one in the state of Michigan), which includes medical institutions with the expertise to deliver cutting-edge, coordinated, and multidisciplinary LAM care, and is also part of the LAM Foundation Clinical Research Network , performing cooperative research with other LAM clinics.
COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is a common preventable and treatable disease of the lungs. Patients with COPD have airflow obstruction that is caused either by destruction of the air sacs that exchange gas in the lungs (emphysema) and/or inflammation of the airways (chronic bronchitis). While there is currently no cure for COPD, a combination of drugs and lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms.
The Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at the University of Michigan brings together a dedicated team of experts to provide a supportive, attentive, and compassionate environment using individualized treatments to help individuals with pulmonary disease reduce their symptoms and improve their lives.