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All Other Wounds that have not healed in 30 days

Complex Healthcare Solutions provide Wound Care for patients who have diabetes, medical, burn, surgical, and traumatic injuries or wounds.

The Complex HealthCare Approach

The Complex Healthcare Approach to Wounds is a comprehensive approach that addresses the underlying causes of chronic wounds and provides patients with the tools they need to heal. The first step in this approach is to identify the underlying cause of the wound. Common causes of chronic wounds include diabetes, poor circulation, and pressure ulcers. Once the underlying cause has been identified, a customized treatment plan can be created. This plan may include lifestyle changes, medications, and/or surgery. The goal of this approach is to not only heal the wound but also to prevent future wounds from developing. This is achieved by addressing the underlying causes of the wound and providing patients with the resources they need to heal.

Treatment of Chronic Wounds

When it comes to wounds, there are a number of different factors that need to be taken into account in order to ensure proper healing. The type of wound, the location of the wound, and the underlying cause all play a role in deciding which course of treatment is best. In general, however, there are a few basic steps that should be followed for all types of wounds. First, any foreign objects or debris should be removed from the wound site. The area should then be cleaned with mild soap and water. Once the wound has been cleaned, it is important to apply an antibiotic ointment to help prevent infection. Finally, a bandage should be applied in order to protect the wound and keep it clean. By following these simple steps, you can help ensure that your wound heals properly and without complication.’

Complications of Chronic Wounds

When a wound does not heal within 30 days, it is classified as a chronic wound. Chronic wounds are usually the result of an underlying health condition, such as diabetes or poor circulation. These wounds can be difficult to treat and often take a long time to heal. In some cases, chronic wounds may even require surgery. Complications of chronic wounds include infection, tissue death, and scars. Infection is a common complication of chronic wounds, as the body’s immune system is not able to fight off bacteria in the same way as it can with a fresh wound. Tissue death can occur if the wound is left untreated for too long, and scarring is a common cosmetic complication. Chronic wounds can be painful and debilitating, so it is important to seek medical attention if you have a wound that has not healed within 30 days.

We can treat all kinds of chronic (non-healing) wounds. Our wound care team employs modern therapies to help you heal. These include:

  • Casts – Foot and leg casts protect areas of the body prone to ulcers to make sure they are correctly healed.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT – We use this method to accelerate the healing process from carbon monoxide poisoning, the gangrene condition, wounds that are difficult to heal, and infections where tissues are deprived of oxygen.
  • Compression therapy: Wearing compression stockings designed to boost circulatory flow to the ankles and legs to treat venous ulcers.
  • Debridement – We take dead tissue from the wound to aid in healing.
  • Electrical stimulation – The body uses electrical signals to start its actions, including healing. This therapy uses an electric current to help the cells around wounds heal.
  • Growth Factor Therapy- Your body produces natural growth factors, substances that assist cells in growing and healing. Growth factors are utilized by applying gels onto wounds to heal them quicker.
  • Infrared therapy- Patients can use an Anodyne(r) Therapy System at home to boost circulation and ease the pain.
  • Medical treatment – Your physician may prescribe anti-inflammatory medications or antibiotics to treat your wound.
  • Negative pressure wound therapy – Also known as wound vac, we employ vacuum suction to pull fluid from the wound using a special dressing connected to an air pump.
  • Skin grafts – Our surgeons take skin from a part of your body and then transplant it to create new skin around an unhealing wound.
  • Ultrasound- This treatment method helps to stimulate the body’s recovery process by effectively targeting injuries by using high-frequency vibrations.

We’ll offer educational materials to keep your wounds free of infected areas at home alongside these treatments.

Ready for an appointment?

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.

All Other Wounds that have not healed in 30 days

Complex Healthcare Solutions provide Wound Care for patients who have diabetes, medical, burn, surgical, and traumatic injuries or wounds.

The Complex Healthcare Approach to Wounds is a comprehensive approach that addresses the underlying causes of chronic wounds and provides patients with the tools they need to heal. The first step in this approach is to identify the underlying cause of the wound. Common causes of chronic wounds include diabetes, poor circulation, and pressure ulcers. Once the underlying cause has been identified, a customized treatment plan can be created. This plan may include lifestyle changes, medications, and/or surgery. The goal of this approach is to not only heal the wound but also to prevent future wounds from developing. This is achieved by addressing the underlying causes of the wound and providing patients with the resources they need to heal.

When it comes to wounds, there are a number of different factors that need to be taken into account in order to ensure proper healing. The type of wound, the location of the wound, and the underlying cause all play a role in deciding which course of treatment is best. In general, however, there are a few basic steps that should be followed for all types of wounds. First, any foreign objects or debris should be removed from the wound site. The area should then be cleaned with mild soap and water. Once the wound has been cleaned, it is important to apply an antibiotic ointment to help prevent infection. Finally, a bandage should be applied in order to protect the wound and keep it clean. By following these simple steps, you can help ensure that your wound heals properly and without complication.’

When a wound does not heal within 30 days, it is classified as a chronic wound. Chronic wounds are usually the result of an underlying health condition, such as diabetes or poor circulation. These wounds can be difficult to treat and often take a long time to heal. In some cases, chronic wounds may even require surgery. Complications of chronic wounds include infection, tissue death, and scars. Infection is a common complication of chronic wounds, as the body’s immune system is not able to fight off bacteria in the same way as it can with a fresh wound. Tissue death can occur if the wound is left untreated for too long, and scarring is a common cosmetic complication. Chronic wounds can be painful and debilitating, so it is important to seek medical attention if you have a wound that has not healed within 30 days.

We can treat all kinds of chronic (non-healing) wounds. Our wound care team employs modern therapies to help you heal. These include:

  • Casts – Foot and leg casts protect areas of the body prone to ulcers to make sure they are correctly healed.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT – We use this method to accelerate the healing process from carbon monoxide poisoning, the gangrene condition, wounds that are difficult to heal, and infections where tissues are deprived of oxygen.
  • Compression therapy: Wearing compression stockings designed to boost circulatory flow to the ankles and legs to treat venous ulcers.
  • Debridement – We take dead tissue from the wound to aid in healing.
  • Electrical stimulation – The body uses electrical signals to start its actions, including healing. This therapy uses an electric current to help the cells around wounds heal.
  • Growth Factor Therapy- Your body produces natural growth factors, substances that assist cells in growing and healing. Growth factors are utilized by applying gels onto wounds to heal them quicker.
  • Infrared therapy- Patients can use an Anodyne(r) Therapy System at home to boost circulation and ease the pain.
  • Medical treatment – Your physician may prescribe anti-inflammatory medications or antibiotics to treat your wound.
  • Negative pressure wound therapy – Also known as wound vac, we employ vacuum suction to pull fluid from the wound using a special dressing connected to an air pump.
  • Skin grafts – Our surgeons take skin from a part of your body and then transplant it to create new skin around an unhealing wound.
  • Ultrasound- This treatment method helps to stimulate the body’s recovery process by effectively targeting injuries by using high-frequency vibrations.

We’ll offer educational materials to keep your wounds free of infected areas at home alongside these treatments.

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