Wound Care

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To make an appointment, please call a doctor below, or visit our outpatient wound centers.

While most wounds heal uneventfully by normal bodily processes, some do not. A problematic wound is typically one that has not healed within 4 weeks.

When wounds fail to heal, the underlying reasons must be identified. These reasons are varied and may include conditions such as infection, uncontrolled diabetes, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), swelling and repeated trauma.

Whatever the cause, non-healing wounds lead to pain, disability, prolonged hospitalizations and impaired quality of life.

Physicians & Providers

William J Lagaly, MD
William J Lagaly, MD
Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine, Wound Care
Male
Currently accepting new patients
Lee C Ruotsi, MD
Lee C Ruotsi, MD
Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine, Wound Care
Male
Currently accepting new patients

What We Treat

  • Ulcers, wounds or sores that will not heal or keep returning; these include diabetic foot and lower extremity ulcers, venous insufficiency ulcers, arterial insufficiency ulcers and pressure ulcers (bedsores)
  • Skin grafts and/or flaps that have failed or are in the process of failing
  • Surgical wounds that have reopened or in any way have failed to heal
  • Edema (swelling) and lymphedema
  • Delayed soft tissue radiation injury (i.e. radiation injuries to bowel and bladder)
  • Mandibular Osteoradionecrosis (delayed radiation injury to jaw)
  • Chronic Osteomyelitis (bone infection that has failed to respond to standard treatment)