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Wound Care

When to See a Specialist

Chronic wounds cause complex medical problems, including pain, loss of function, and compromised quality of life. We treat patients with wounds that have not healed or have little to no improvement. Non-healing wounds are often associated with other, underlying medical conditions. The center’s wound care staff is experienced and successful at treating wounds complicated by diabetes, poor circulation, bone infections, bacterial infections, blood vessel disease, and malnutrition. Talk to your doctor if you have any of the following wound types and symptoms.

Wound Care
Non-healing surgical wounds

Wound Types

  • Wounds that do not heal within four weeks
  • Wounds that have been treated with little to no improvement
  • Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Vascular ulcers (arterial, venous, & diabetic)
  • Post-trauma wounds
  • Acute wounds
  • Skin tears, grafts or flaps
  • Radiation damage
  • Ostomies with wounds