Advanced Wound Healing Services
Wounds that don't heal within four to six weeks may be considered chronic. If you have skin damage that doesn't seem to be improving, it's important to seek the professional opinion of a wound care specialist.
Our highly-skilled team of physicians and specialist nurses are experts in their field, dedicated to best practice wound care and pain management. We use state-of-the-art technology and a patient-focused approach to treat non-healing wounds and ulcers.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy stimulates the growth of new blood vessels, accelerating a patient's healing process. This can be accomplished via sessions in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, where patients breathe in a highly-concentrated form of oxygen. Increasing oxygen delivery to damaged tissues is a painless, noninvasive healing method.
Individualized Dressing Management
Best practice wound management recommends that non-healing wounds be kept moistened and protected to ensure their healing. Without the protection than an individualized dressing provides, chronic wounds are susceptible to repeat injury. Our team will personalize care for your injury based on condition of the wound, length of time that has passed, and any preexisting medical conditions.
The removal of dying or damaged tissue from a wound bed, or debridement, is an essential component of all wound care programs. Any dead skin or foreign matter left behind in a slow-to-heal wound can disrupt the growth of new tissues. Patients being treated may receive local anesthesia, to make them more comfortable.