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Slow or Non-Healing Orthopedic and General Surgery Wounds

A slow or non-healing wound is any kind of wound that takes an unusually long time to heal. This can be due to a variety of factors, including infection, diabetes, circulation problems, and more. In some cases, a slow-healing wound may eventually heal on its own. However, in other instances, it may require medical intervention in order to promote healing. There are a number of treatment options available for slow-healing wounds, including topical ointments, oral medications, and surgery. The type of treatment will vary depending on the underlying cause of the wound. Regardless of the treatment approach, the goal is always to promote healing and prevent further complications.

Treatment Options

Medical professionals use a variety of methods to treat Slow or Non-Healing Orthopedic and General Surgery Wounds. One common method is debridement, which involves removing dead or damaged tissue from the wound. This can be done using surgical instruments, enzymatic products, or mechanical devices. Another common treatment method is negative pressure wound therapy, which uses vacuum-assisted suction to remove excess fluid from the wound and promote healing. Additionally, many medical teams use skin grafts or flaps to cover large wounds. This treatment involves taking healthy skin from another area of the body and attaching it to the wound. Skin grafts and flaps can help to close the wound, protect it from infection, and promote new tissue growth. However, as the name suggests “non-healing” extra care and precautions are taken to ensure the treatment option implemented brings relief to the patient.

The Experts in Wound Care and Healing

If you’re experiencing symptoms or signs of slow or non-healing orthopedic and general surgery wounds, schedule an appointment with our expert doctors or call us at (817) -735-1180.

Complex Healthcare provides comprehensive care for slow or non-healing wounds. Our team of specialists utilize the latest advancements in diagnostic and treatment techniques to provide our patients with the best possible outcomes. We offer a wide range of therapies, including negative pressure therapy, growth factor therapy, and electrical stimulation therapy. In addition, we utilize advanced imaging modalities to create a detailed picture of the wound so that we can develop an individualized treatment plan. Our ultimate goal is to help our patients heal as quickly and efficiently as possible so that they can return to their normal activities.

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At Complex Healthcare Solutions, our care team’s approach is to collaborate with your treatment to address any existing conditions you are currently suffering. Our specialists will work to create a complete treatment plan suited to you to heal and fully recover quickly.

To make an appointment with our healthcare professional and specialists, submit your appointment request or call us at +1-817-386-8886.

Slow or Non-Healing Orthopedic and General Surgery Wounds

A slow or non-healing wound is any kind of wound that takes an unusually long time to heal. This can be due to a variety of factors, including infection, diabetes, circulation problems, and more. In some cases, a slow-healing wound may eventually heal on its own. However, in other instances, it may require medical intervention in order to promote healing. There are a number of treatment options available for slow-healing wounds, including topical ointments, oral medications, and surgery. The type of treatment will vary depending on the underlying cause of the wound. Regardless of the treatment approach, the goal is always to promote healing and prevent further complications.

Medical professionals use a variety of methods to treat Slow or Non-Healing Orthopedic and General Surgery Wounds. One common method is debridement, which involves removing dead or damaged tissue from the wound. This can be done using surgical instruments, enzymatic products, or mechanical devices. Another common treatment method is negative pressure wound therapy, which uses vacuum-assisted suction to remove excess fluid from the wound and promote healing. Additionally, many medical teams use skin grafts or flaps to cover large wounds. This treatment involves taking healthy skin from another area of the body and attaching it to the wound. Skin grafts and flaps can help to close the wound, protect it from infection, and promote new tissue growth. However, as the name suggests “non-healing” extra care and precautions are taken to ensure the treatment option implemented brings relief to the patient.

If you’re experiencing symptoms or signs of slow or non-healing orthopedic and general surgery wounds, schedule an appointment with our expert doctors or call us at (817) -735-1180.

Complex Healthcare provides comprehensive care for slow or non-healing wounds. Our team of specialists utilize the latest advancements in diagnostic and treatment techniques to provide our patients with the best possible outcomes. We offer a wide range of therapies, including negative pressure therapy, growth factor therapy, and electrical stimulation therapy. In addition, we utilize advanced imaging modalities to create a detailed picture of the wound so that we can develop an individualized treatment plan. Our ultimate goal is to help our patients heal as quickly and efficiently as possible so that they can return to their normal activities.

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