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Wound Care Services

The most common types of chronic wounds are diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers. Several factors such as traumatic injuries, heart and vascular disease, obesity, cancer treatment, and increased age contributes to the prevalence of such wounds. 

Underlying, complex conditions can prevent these wounds from going through the expected healing stages, eventually causing them not to heal.

Prolonged avoidance of specialized chronic wound care increases the chance of infection, amputation, and other complications.

A chronic wound can greatly diminish your quality of life. Let our team provide you with the care you need to get back to the things you enjoy.

Our Services

  • Advanced Wound Care Treatments

  • Arterial & Venous Ulcer Treatments

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFU) Treatments

  • Skin Grafts and Tissue Replacement

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The Risks*

  • Nearly 25% of people with diabetes will experience a diabetic foot ulcer.

  • 85% of diabetes amputations are preceded by a foot ulcer.

  • 4 in 10 Americans reported delaying medical appointments during the pandemic. 

  • Pandemic-related delays in care have been associated with a 50% increase in amputations.

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The Facts*

  • Nearly 7 million Americans are living with a chronic wound.

  • 1 in 4 families have a family member with a chronic wound.

  • Amputation risk is reduced by nearly half when care is provided by a multi-specialty wound care team.

  • Foot exams when paired with self-foot checks are key to early identification of wounds and improved outcomes.

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* Statistics provided by Healogics.
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