Our professional staff is trained to provide a specialized, comprehensive course of treatment to assist in healing your problem wound. During your course of treatment, our Center will work with your primary care physician to assure complete continuity of all your medical services.
At any given time almost six million Americans suffer from problem wounds. There are many types of wounds, which include diabetic foot ulcers, non-healing surgical wounds, venous stasis ulcers, atrerial ulcers, pressure ulcers, abscesses, burns, and skin tears. Our professional staff includes:
- Physicians certified in wound care
- Clinicians certified in wound care
- Experienced staff to assist with appointments, medical records, and health insurance processing
Our physician-driven wound program offers certified specialists who evaluate and comprehensively treat all types of slow or non-healing wounds. Treatment plans are created to best meet the needs of each individual patient. Your treatment may include:
- Infectious Disease Management
- Vascular Evaluation
- Laboratory Evaluation
- Nutritional Management
- Pain Management
- Diabetic Education
- Negative Pressure Therapy
Coping with chronic, non-healing wounds can be both frustrating and time consuming. Our wound care program provides the latest in wound care advancement and technology. Whether receiving your wound care inpatient or in our outpatient clinic, you will work with experts to help improve healing and quality of life.