Advanced Wound Care

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What is Advanced Wound Care?

Ulcers need prompt care, infection control, and regenerative healing. Feet bear weight and friction which can cause slow-healing ulcers in the feet to develop. These wounds can lead to infection and ultimately limb loss. 

Our team of trained staff specialize in treating wounds of the lower extremity - diabetes, venous insufficiency, and any wounds of the foot and ankle.

 

Our team utilizes state of the art wound care treatment options, including bioactive collagen, enzymatic debriders, and living stem cell grafts. All of these advanced treatments can be performed in the comfort of the office, without the need of surgical care in the hospital. 

How does it help?

Wounds can be slow to heal due to diabetes or poor healing conditions. Most wounds of the foot and ankle are very slow to heal due to the distance from the heart, poor circulation, obesity, and poor foot function. 

Using Organogenesis' Affinity wound care treatment, we can help to negate these wound-healing hurdles due to Affinity's natural matrix scaffold containing anti-inflammatory cytokines and regenerative growth factors. This treatment is especially effective for tendon repair and acute or chronic wounds.

 

Is it right for me?

If you have wounds, cuts, scraps or are concerned about developing sores, our expert medical team can help to heal your feet. Our commitment to comprehensive patient care and our success with regenerative medicine will help to heal your wounds. Our office utilizes clinically-proven, state-of-the-art regenerative therapies designed to heal stubborn wounds fast. 

Barbara

"I had terrible achilles [tendinitis] pain for over a year and had tried everything. After three shockwave treatments my pain has improved and I can walk without pain"

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