Surgical Wound and Incision Care

What is a Non-Healing Surgical Wound?

The majority of surgical wounds heal relatively quickly. However, non-healing or slow-healing surgical wounds can occasionally continue to cause pain and discomfort well after the initial surgery; when an incision-related wound does not heal properly. This is usually due to infection – a rare but potentially fatal complication. The larger the incision, the greater the chance of developing an non-healing surgical wound. Additionally, large body size and medical conditions that impair the body's ability to heal, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, may contribute to non-healing surgical wounds. Non-healing surgical wounds pose a risk for post-surgical complications such as infection or tissue damage and should be treated by a medical professional as soon as symptoms occurs to reduce long term damage.

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Why Choose Us for Surgical Wound and Incision Wound Care?

Reduce Risk of Infection & Tissue Damage
Reduce the Need for Multiple Surgical Procedures
State of the Art Therapies & Technology
Lower Cost of Care than a Hospital Setting

Surgical Wound and Incision Treatment Options:

  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy/Vacuum-assisted Wound Closure

  • Compression Therapy

  • Debridement

  • Skin & Tissue Grafting

  • Incision & Drainage

  • Post-Surgical Incision Management

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By exposing the body to a 100% oxygen atmosphere that is at least 10-15 times the normal supply, hyperbaric oxygen therapy can safely shorten the recovery time of the body by up to 75% following surgery.