Wound Care Specialists

Who is a wound care specialist?

The Wound Care Specialists are professionals trained to treat the patient with a comprehensive management plan.

Our team is comprised of caring professionals working together to provide outcome driven comprehensive wound management. Our physicians, wound care nurses and technicians are extensively trained in advance wound care techniques. We use the most advanced wound care modalities and customize each treatment plan to the patient’s individual needs. Our experienced staff is ready to help you manage those hard to heal chronic wounds.


Types of wounds treated

  1. Diabetic Ulcers
  2. Pressure Ulcers
  3. Venous Stasis Ulcers
  4. nfected or Necrotizing Wounds
  5. Gas Gangrene
  6. Trauma Wounds
  7. Arterial Ulcers
  8. Burn Ulcers
  9. Dehisced Surgical Wounds
  10. Complex Soft Tissue Wounds
  11. Compromised Skin Grafts & Flaps
  12. Osteomyelitis [bone infection]
  13. Impaired Skin Integrity
  14. Atypical Ulcers

Evaluation Process

  1. Each patient is evaluated by a physician and registered nurse with specialized training in wound care.
  2. Information gathering process
  3. Patient information including demographics
  4. Patient interview
  5. Medical history

Comprehensive wound assessment.

  1. General diagnostics performed as deemed necessary
  2. Wound cultures (tissue cultures mostly)
  3. Nutritional assessment
  4. Blood work
  5. Vascular testing
  6. Radiologic evaluations
  7. Off loading
  8. Needs assessment

Treatment Plan

  1. Vitamin Therapy & Protein Supplements
  2. Vascular Studies and / or Consult
  3. Topical Antimicrobials, Oral and IV Antibiotics
  4. Offloading / Pressure Relief Devices
  5. Debridement
  6. Compression Therapy
  7. Advance Topical Wound Products
  8. Patient Education
  9. Psychosocial Assessment
  10. Family support
  11. Need for Home health support

Wound care Products

  1. Wound VAC
  2. Antibacterial Dressings
  3. Enzymatic Debriders
  4. Growth Factor Therapy
  5. Growth Factor Therapy
  6. Silver Products
  7. Collagen Dressings
  8. Calcium Alginates
  9. Compression Dressings
  10. Off Loading Devices
  11. Foams
  12. Hydrogels
  13. Grafts
  14. Leech therapy
  15. Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem cell therapy as the field evolves.