What is Wound Care?
Wound care centers are designed to help treat patients in an outpatient setting who are suffering from a wound that has not healed significantly after five to seven days and can benefit from additional treatment options to promote healing. By utilizing a wound care treatment facility you are guaranteed to receive top of the line medical care, from a team of trained and certified professionals, in a setting that is easier to access than a traditional hospital and at a lower cost per treatment.
Why Choose Us for Advanced Wound Care?
Common Conditions that Benefit from Advanced Wound Care
Wounds associated with diabetes or compromised circulation, such as diabetic ulcers
Failed or compromised skin grafts
Radiation wounds or injury to tissue or bone
Pressure ulcers or bed sores
Skin tears or lacerations
Incisions that do not heal after surgery
Venous stasis ulcers
Other chronic and non-healing wounds
Treatment Options for a Wide Array of Indications
Our center employs the most technologically advanced wound care therapy. There are multiple diagnostic and treatment options depending on the situation. Our medical team develops an individualized care plan to provide the most effective and efficient treatment for your wound(s) and evaluates the need for coordinating treatment of underlying medical issues. Treatments involve research-based, best clinical practice wound care management, which may include:
Diagnostic testing (vascular testing, blood tests, x-rays)
Education and prevention
Debridement (removal of dead or infected tissue)
Compression therapy / multi-layer compression wraps
Specialty dressings and topical applications
Keep Informed. Take Care.
1-2% of the total population are projected to experience a chronic wound during their lifetime in developed countries.
In addition, treatment may include other Specialized Care, including:
Infectious disease management
Skin replacement (bio-engineered tissue)
Vacuum-assisted wound closure
Our medical team develops an individualized care plan to provide the most effective and efficient treatment for your wound(s) and evaluates the need for coordinating treatment of underlying medical issues.