Our wound treatment specialists develop a comprehensive treatment plan
customized for you to promote quick and complete healing. With our advanced
therapies and procedures, we get you back to enjoying life again.
Advanced Wound Dressings: Designed to treat more complex wounds including diabetic foot ulcers,
pressure ulcers, venous insufficiency ulcers and infected wounds.
Compression Therapy: Increases the pressure in the tissue under the skin and reduces swelling
by moving the excess fluid.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: Uses 100% oxygen to treat more severe wounds that fail to heal.
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LUNA Fluorescence Angiography System: Assists wound care specialists in determining the best care pathways for
patients and allows for visual assessment of blood flow quality to extremities
and chronic non-healing wounds.
Orthotics and Prostheses: Custom-made braces and artificial limbs that help relieve pressure on wounds.
Sensilase PAD IQ: Uses pressure cuffs and sensors that send light or sound through the skin
and into capillaries and arteries to measure blood flow in the legs and
feet for patients with PAD and diabetes
Skin Muscle Grafts: Surgical procedure that transplants the patient’s own muscle/skin
to use as a protective covering for wounds.
Tissue Engineering: Uses a combination of cells and materials to improve or replace biological
functions for the repair of damaged tissues and organs.
Total Contact Casts: Reduces weight off the foot in patients with diabetic foot ulcers to reduce
pressure on the wound.
Transcutaneous Oxygen Measurements (TCOM): Non-invasive procedure that measures the oxygen level of the tissue below
the skin and blood flow to the tissue, which is crucial for wound healing.
Ultrasonic Debridement: Used to remove dead tissue and reduce bacteria.
Vacuum-assisted Closure (Wound Vac): Vacuum-assisted drainage to remove blood or fluid from a wound.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to treat severe wounds that fail to heal,
such as those related to diabetes or radiation from cancer treatments.
Breathing 100 percent oxygen under pressure inside the hyperbaric chamber
allows oxygen to reach the damaged tissue of severe wounds to help them
- Acute carbon monoxide poisoning
- Compromised tissue grafts/flaps
- Crush injuries and acute traumatic peripheral ischemia
- Decompression sickness
- Diabetic wounds
- Exceptional blood loss
- Gas gangrene
- Necrotizing infections
- Radiation wounds and necrosis
- Refractory osteomyelitis