Specialized care for non-healing or chronic wounds
Our Wound Healing physicians and clinicians specialize in evaluation, management and prevention of wounds, including surgical wounds, leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers and radiation injuries. Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment is available for some difficult cases. We work directly with a patient’s primary and/or referring physician to keep them informed of the patient’s progress.
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Lower leg ulcers
- Pressure ulcers
- Bone infection (osteomyelitis)
- Slow or non-healing surgical wounds
- Any wound present for more than 30 days
- Trauma wounds
- Radiation injuries
- Soft tissue radionecrosis
- Laryngeal radionecrosis
- Advanced diabetic wounds
- Chronic osteomyelitis
- Sudden sensorineural hearing loss
- Other conditions
How We Can Help
Patients undergo a complete assessment to identify the underlying cause of the wound. Once the cause is determined, the care team develops an individualized treatment plan. When necessary, consultations in vascular intervention, podiatry, diabetic and nutrition education, infectious disease, orthotics, compression therapy and other disciplines are readily available.Treatment may include:
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT): Allows you to breathe 100% oxygen at increased atmospheric pressures. This treatment has three effects: increases the oxygen levels in your tissues, promotes healing and fights infection.
Wound Debridement: A minor office procedure on your wound which promotes healthy tissue growth.
Wound Care: Advanced wound care products are chosen for the patient’s individual needs to promote the correct environment in which the wound can heal.
Ostomy Clinic: Pre-surgical Ostomy Site selection and patient/family education. Post surgical Ostomy appliance and skin management assistance and education. York location only.
Distances are estimated from zip code: 17401. Update zip code