Wound Care

Ever had a sore or wound that wouldn’t heal? If you’re living with a chronic wound, you know everyday activities are a constant battle. Some patients suffer for years without improvement, even facing serious infection and limb loss. 

A wound becomes a “chronic” wound if it doesn’t respond to normal medical care within 30 days. There are different types – including diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers and sores, arterial ulcers, venous ulcers and traumatic ulcers. If you have diabetes, you’re particularly vulnerable to developing chronic wounds.

Our experienced staff of doctors and medical providers takes a team approach to care and will work with you and your primary care provider to ensure the best possible outcome. Our healing rate is better than 85 percent.

Our expert team includes physicians with specialties including emergency medicine, vascular, plastic and podiatric surgery. They are backed by a group of nurses certified in wound care. Together, they treat both acute and chronic wounds.

Wound care treatment might include:

  • Antimicrobial dressings
  • Growth factors and skin substitutes
  • Vacuum assisted closure (VAC) therapy for select wounds to reduce excess drainage, improve blood circulation and speed healing

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Wound Care Center